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1. Malcolm got really paranoid, deciding that there was a conspiracy out to get him.
2. She's getting paranoid about what other people think of her.
3. I'm not going to get paranoid about it.
4. He was diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic.
5. The psychiatrist said she was suffering from paranoid delusions.http://sentencedict.com
6. He was suffering from paranoid delusions and hallucinations.
7. He has always been paranoid about his personal security.
8. My father is paranoid about being robbed.
9. He started feeling paranoid and was convinced his boss was going to fire him.
10. She's getting really paranoid about what other people say about her.
11. He got so paranoid he decided to leg it.
12. My biological father is diagnosed as paranoid / schizophrenic.
13. You're getting paranoid[sentencedict.com], that's your trouble.
14. I get a little paranoid around big dogs.
15. That's why they were so paranoid.
16. Folks in the Police Department are getting paranoid.
17. It paid to be paranoid below the Net.
18. Attorneys say he may suffer from paranoid schizophrenia.
19. You get absolutely paranoid about them.
20. By 1982, he was so paranoid about his health that he wore plastic gloves at all times.
21. And the Colonel was so paranoid about losing control over Presley that he never would let Presley tour without him.
22. He accused his estranged wife of being paranoid - but said he felt no ill will toward her.
23. They have told prosecutors Kaczynski may suffer from paranoid schizophrenia, a mental disorder that can cause intricate delusions.
24. I don't think she likes me or am I just being paranoid?
25. My father locks every door in the house as he is paranoid about being robbed.
26. The mysterious phone calls were beginning to make him feel paranoid.
27. In her distraught state Polly found herself prey to the most paranoid of musings.
28. Then she got involved with Carol, and then she got paranoid about this surveillance business.
29. His dad, Charles, was lovable and devoted, but afflicted with paranoid schizophrenia.
30. Needless to say, nothing was officially published on modernism in those years, apart from paranoid diatribes in the press.
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