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  • as inpsycho
  • as inshellshocked

synonyms for psychoneurotic

  • compulsive
  • distraught
  • disturbed
  • manic
  • obsessive
  • aberrant
  • deviant
  • hysteric
  • upset
  • abnormal
  • anxious
  • basket case
  • bundle of nerves
  • choked
  • clutched
  • disordered
  • disoriented
  • erratic
  • hung up
  • inhibited
  • nervous
  • nervous wreck
  • overwrought
  • unhealthy
  • unstable
  • uptight
  • wired
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antonyms for psychoneurotic

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  • normal
  • adjusted
  • balanced
  • sane
  • stable
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      How to use psychoneurotic in a sentence

      It is not, therefore, only the psychoneurotic whose unconscious takes the form of the "Œdipus complex."
      THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDSEVERETT DEAN MARTIN
      They develop exactly as psychoneurotic conditions do in the abdomen or in joints.
      PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
      The paper acts as a constant source of suggestion for the cure of the psychoneuroses when the affection is purely psychoneurotic.
      PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
      These psychoneurotic conditions in large muscles help us to understand what happens in organic diseases.
      PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
      It is in those of delicate health, neurotic disposition, and psychoneurotic tendencies, that reassurances are needed.
      PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
      They really embody the character that has so long been attributed to the psychoneurotic symptom.
      A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOANALYSISSIGMUND FREUD
      The symptom in the true neuroses is frequently the nucleus and incipient stage of development of the psychoneurotic symptom.
      A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOANALYSISSIGMUND FREUD
      Our study of psychoneurotic disturbances points to a more comprehensive explanation, which includes that of Westermarck.
      TOTEM AND TABOOSIGMUND FREUD
      The result can be an almost normal sexual life—usually a limited one—but supplemented by psychoneurotic disease.
      THREE CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE THEORY OF SEXSIGMUND FREUD
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