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Folie

noun
1.
(psychiatry) a psychological disorder of thought or emotion; a more neutral term than mental illness.  Synonyms: disturbance, mental disorder, mental disturbance, psychological disorder.



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"Folie" Quotes from Famous Books



... early hours of the following day, and soon had commenced their first route march into the battle-ways of France, and, incidentally, at the first resting place, Mouflers, made cheerily light of what was their first experience of faulty billeting arrangements. One billet, for 150 men, at the Folie Auberge was uninhabitable, and the appearance of the billets in general was greeted with good-natured growls of amazement and disgust. The weather, however, was mild and sunny, and after about eight hours' work all the troops were ...
— The Seventeenth Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Chamber of Commerce Battalion) - Record of War Service, 1914-1918 • Various

... le premier, qui barbouille de lie, Promena par les bourgs cette heureuse folie, Et d'acteurs mal oines chargeant un tombereau, Amusa les passans d'un ...
— The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians, • Charles Rollin



Words linked to "Folie" :   schizothymia, anxiety disorder, delirium, psychopathology, aberration, major affective disorder, conversion reaction, dissociative disorder, mental disorder, neurosis, neuroticism, affective disorder, psychological medicine, Asperger's syndrome, conversion hysteria, personality disorder, emotional disturbance, psychiatry, psychoneurosis, encopresis, upset, psychosomatic disorder, emotional disorder, conversion disorder, delusional disorder, disorder



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