Examples of manic in a Sentence
a manic sense of humor
Recent Examples of manic from the Web
Kelly Robert Savage, who was working as an English teacher in Japan, was admitted to Yamato Hospital outside of Yokohama in late April after experiencing manic episodes related to his bipolar disorder.
The highest-profile marketing efforts were rolled back after a few manic years, but the ads continued to roll, targeting sports fans and especially football viewers.
After manic episode, Lebowski Fest founder recovers ►A hero abides in Louisville.
There are further revisions to revel in, seamlessly injected into the manic proceedings.
The former is where tourists go to drink Patrón and soda to the manic pace of 128 BPM.
Reed’s relatives say he has been diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder, a chronic mental health condition characterized by hallucinations, delusions, disorganized thinking and manic behavior.
A recent study by Leow and Nelson, who is the dean of the University of Illinois College of Engineering, showed cell phone metadata such as typing speed, spelling errors and using backspace while texting correlate with manic and depressive episodes.
With another outsized performance, Sean Patterson livens up the role of Peter Austin, the manic, promising playwright soon closing in on middle age.
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First Known Use of manic
MANIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of manic for English Language Learners
: having or relating to a mental illness that causes someone to become very excited or emotional
: very excited, energetic, or emotional
Medical Definition of manic
: an individual affected with mania
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