Schizophrenic Definition

skĭtsə-frĕnĭk
schizophrenics
adjective

Of, having, or characterized by schizophrenia.

Webster's New World
Of, relating to, or affected with schizophrenia.
American Heritage
Of, relating to, or characterized by the coexistence of disparate or antagonistic elements.
American Heritage

(of a person) Afflicted with schizophrenia; having difficulty with perception of reality.

Wiktionary

(slang, deprecated) Behaving as if one has more than one personality; wildly changeable.

Wiktionary
Synonyms:
schizoid
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noun
schizophrenics
One who is affected with schizophrenia.
American Heritage Medicine

A person having schizophrenia.

Webster's New World
Schizophrenic is defined as a person who has a mental disease characterized by hallucinations, delusions, disorganization and acting in conflicting ways.
An example of a schizophrenic is someone who bounces back and forth between personalities.
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Other Word Forms of Schizophrenic

Noun

Singular:
schizophrenic
Plural:
schizophrenics

Origin of Schizophrenic

  • schizo- +"Ž -phrenic

    From Wiktionary

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