psycho

[ sahy-koh ]SEE DEFINITION OF psycho

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PSYCHO

Down the hall, a patient screamed suddenly in the psycho ward.

It was so in keeping with his features that it served to strengthen the psycho diagnosis.

Hell, don't you know any language but that psycho double-talk?

Psycho wouldn't do you any good if you weren't, that's the truth.

Maybe he was psycho and they didn't notice; they had some godawful asses for psychiatrists in war medicine.

The “Christian”—he who for two thousand years has passed as a Christian—is simply a psycho logical self-delusion.

WORD ORIGIN

1927, shortening of psychological; 1936 (Raymond Chandler) as shortening of psychopathic (adj.).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PSYCHO

mentally ill

adjectiveunwell in the mind
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