In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1manía persecutoria femeninomanía de persecución femenino
- Gradually, I became a loner, and then persecution complex made its appearance.
- But their persecution complex is unbecoming because it is unrealistic.
- Third, even when your preemptive persecution complex turns out to be false, as you realized it was in this case, you still seem unable to avoid striking the martyr pose.
- He has a persecution complex, but just because he's paranoid doesn't mean they're not after him.
- Is midsummer madness giving you a wee persecution complex?
- Bizarrely, he attributes this to the casual-related violence in the 1980s that left his club's members harbouring a persecution complex.
- The group has a persecution complex the size of Texas, not to mention a well-stocked armoury.
- The motorist's persecution complex is at its worst the day after the Budget.
- This is not a persecution complex and nor would I ever argue that the stewards have an easy job.
- I was over here acquiring an acute persecution complex, if anybody missed me.
- I have no desire to deal with people's paranoias and persecution complexes.
- It's enough to give a man a persecution complex.
- I developed quite a persecution complex, which probably amplified my feelings of depression, loneliness, etc.
- One or two of the cards were a bit harsh but after that he seemed to develop a persecution complex about English referees and that only made things worse.
- When I was younger I used to listen to rock music and had a persecution complex.
- I swear, the persecution complex is so reflexive for these people that they can find a cloud in every silver lining.
- And some of us have developed a false persecution complex as a result.
- His unhinged language suggested that persecution mania briefly deranged him.
- Psychiatrists who examined him found he had a severe mental disorder and was suffering from delusions and a persecution complex.
- But don't let that get in the way of your persecution complex.
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