This syndrome is aggravated by a legal system that now offers incentives to whistleblowers that would make Goldman Sachs blush.
Martin Amis—whose latest novel, Lionel Asbo, has just been published—may be suffering from Norman Mailer syndrome.
But don't visitors come to a museum looking for some kind of alternative to the syndrome of market-driven culture?
In the high-achieving Yale ecosystem, some label it the “Rory Gilmore syndrome.”
Famous as she is, she does not suffer from the syndrome of so many celebrities today.
"Which may very well be considered part of your syndrome," said Goil.
We are in the classical "damned if we do and damned if we don't" syndrome.
This is the classical "damned if you do and damned if you don't" syndrome.
This is the syndrome which the medical student is taught to carry away to guide him in his everyday practice.
But always—always the synergism, syndrome, or whatever you want to call it, is the same.
syndrome syn·drome (sĭn'drōm')
A group of symptoms that collectively indicate or characterize a disease, a psychological disorder, or another abnormal condition.
A set of signs and symptoms that appear together and characterize a disease or medical condition. AIDS is an example of a syndrome.
Note: A collection of attitudes or behaviors that go together is often called a syndrome.