Paranoia Sentence Examples
Silence followed, and she wondered if her paranoia had caused her to imagine it.
Her paranoia faded with the first round of beers and disappeared completely by the third.
Maybe it's just a spy's paranoia.
Cocaine, on the other hand, damages the heart, can lead to strokes, and can induce paranoia.
A high dose will produce more disturbing effects on the users mind, including paranoia.Advertisement
In attempting to set history straight, one is occasionally touched by mild paranoia.
Long-term sleep deprivation can lead to paranoia, delusions and hallucinations.
Paranoia prompted us to post Martha in the lobby and Quinn in the hall; ready to warn us if storm trooper descend like Custer's army.
The sense of oppression and paranoia is palpable and only increases as the action hots up.
The plain contradictions, almost bound to create paranoia.Advertisement
It's an aerosolized gas which in small doses caused anxiety paranoia in it's subject.
I have enough paranoia in my soul on a local level to last me.
Depression is often accompanied by paranoia and sometimes psychosis.
I call it the dream of total paranoia, in which the will shores up the appearance of normal reality.
Yet on EP B, Battles seeks deep into their own paranoia.Advertisement
The paranoia over Bolshevism, the " red scare " of 1919, engendered an atmosphere of mistrust and intolerance in American society.
I suffered a lot of nervous tension at the back of my head, with slight paranoia.
After these syndromes, we come to the entire spectrum of mental illnesses, from depression to paranoia.
The series of six games was replete with drama, Soviet paranoia and sinister computer geeks.
The paranoia over Bolshevism, the " Red Scare " of 1919, engendered an atmosphere of mistrust and intolerance in American society.Advertisement
She looks great and a bit gothy, and does a nice line in twitchy paranoia masking great strength.
In addition to good feelings, cocaine can also cause irritability and paranoia.
There are many infidelity warning signs, but there's a fine line between awareness and paranoia.
It was the daily paranoia of wondering if the bicycle chained to the next lamppost was going to blow your legs off.
Not even Hollywood was immune from the birth pangs of unionism and pre- McCarthy era political paranoia over the secret revolution of the masses.Advertisement
Only Sarah had a reason for her paranoia, and she's about to be proved correct.
If you find yourself waking over every movement or sound he makes, your lack of sleep could contribute to an overblown sense of paranoia.
His lyrics are saturated with themes of paranoia, alienation, and in retrospect, seem to romanticize and dramatize the idea of suicide.
In the Summer of Love, one year before the Chicago riots, the paranoia and distrust for authority of The Prisoner struck a nerve.
Letting paranoia ruin your relationship just because you suspect someone is not fair to anyone, most of all yourself.