- split personality
- split personalitiesN-COUNTIf you say that someone has a split personality, you mean that their moods can change so much that they seem to have two separate personalities.
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split personality — n. 1. SCHIZOPHRENIA (sense 1) 2. nontechnical term for MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER * * * … Universalium
split personality — n. 1. SCHIZOPHRENIA (sense 1) 2. nontechnical term for MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER … English World dictionary
Split personality — Multiple personality disorder, a neurosis in which the personality becomes dissociated into two or more distinct parts each of which becomes dominant and controls behavior from time to time to the exclusion of the other parts. * * * split… … Medical dictionary
split personality — noun a relatively rare dissociative disorder in which the usual integrity of the personality breaks down and two or more independent personalities emerge • Syn: ↑multiple personality • Hypernyms: ↑dissociative disorder * * * noun, pl ⋯ ties… … Useful english dictionary
split personality — noun Date: 1919 1. schizophrenia; also multiple personality disorder 2. a dual nature or character < a city with a split personality > … New Collegiate Dictionary
split personality — split′ personal′ity n. multiple personality • Etymology: 1925–30 … From formal English to slang
split personality — split person ality n a condition in which someone has two very different ways of behaving … Dictionary of contemporary English
split personality — split perso nality noun 1. ) singular a tendency to have extreme and unexpected changes of emotion or behavior 2. ) uncount INFORMAL SCHIZOPHRENIA … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
split personality — Synonyms and related words: alcoholic, alternating personality, antisocial personality, catatonia, catatonic schizophrenia, dementia praecox, depersonalization, disconnection, disordered personality, dissociation, dissociation of personality,… … Moby Thesaurus