Examples of manic in a Sentence
a manic sense of humor
Recent Examples of manic from the Web
With his erratic conduct, chronic lying, manic swings, fragile ego, and limitless narcissism, Trump has brought psychiatrists and psychoanalysts back into the political realm.
Proteins, greens, vegetables, fruits, and complex fiber-rich carbohydrates play nicely with manic depression.
As if that weren’t bad enough, the right even embraced Glenn Beck’s rise on Fox News, where a typical show included manic, semi-coherent monologues and vast, sinister conspiracy theories presented for credulous viewers on giant chalkboards.
Shake-ups at home and abroad Just another manic Tuesday?
Below, Mastronardi speaks to us about Season 2's ambiguous final scene, learning improv from Ansari, and why Francesca is more than a Euro manic pixie dream girl.
There's only room for my manic energy in a relationship, sorry bud.
In the first, after the majestic introduction, Mr. Perahia positively exploded into the Allegro section and sustained a near-manic energy throughout, with barely a finger slip.
Following the unusually somber Batman Begins, Joker’s presence should produce a welcome jolt of manic energy.
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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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