hysteric hysteric  /ˌhɪ ˈstɛ rɪk/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a person suffering from hysteria
  2. (adj) characterized by or arising from psychoneurotic hysteria

Usage(s):

  1. If the hysteric's malingering continues long the simulated infirmity may cause actual disease.
  2. Durrell delightedly wanders Alexandria's dust-tormented streets, blinks in its lemony sunlight, and pokes curiously through its stews, brothels, and hysteric festivals.
  3. His mother was a hysteric who blew hot cold until little Arthur had emotional chilblains.

News

  • III Level Nirahaara Samyama Initiation – By His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda

    III Level Nirahaara Samyama Initiation – By His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda On the other side a group of unconscious hysteric Indian media is projecting their opinions and trying to control my spiritual mission. People who are interested and greedy of name and fame are the only ones who can be controlled by others, not a Enlightened Being established in super conscious state. Paramahamsa ...
    on July 14, 2013     Source: Beaumont Enterprise

Quotes

  1. Coulter describes McCain as, "an open-borders, anti-tax cut, anti-free speech, global-warming hysteric, pro-human experimentation Republican. Which is to say, a Democrat."
    on Feb 11, 2008 By: Ann Coulter Source: Carlisle Sentinel

  2. "Naomi Watts wears a lot of her clothes," Duff says. "I do like labels: Coco Chanel, Balenciaga, Marc Jacobs, Yohji Yamamoto and a Japanese line called Hysteric Glamour."
    on May 3, 2007 By: Hilary Duff Source: Toronto Star

  3. "That's all she says. And from my point of view as a parent - and I'm an hysteric - I wish I had half the judicious and consistent calm that Nanny McPhee has," Thompson added. "But what I did learn from her, in a way, is that if a child has a...
    on Oct 15, 2005 By: Emma Thompson Source: BBC News

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