Neurotic

Antonyms of NEUROTIC

Examples of usage:

  1. Of course, as you say, it's a neurotic temperament that's at the bottom of the trouble. "The Grand Babylon Hotel" by Arnold Bennett
  2. If this is true for organic heart conditions, it is even more valuable for neurotic heart cases, though it often requires a good deal of exercise of will on the part of patients suffering from these affections to control their feelings and take such exercise as is needed. "Health Through Will Power" by James J. Walsh
  3. Something neurotic, modern, disquieting, threads his work with devilish irregularity. "Promenades of an Impressionist" by James Huneker
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