- Refers to a mood disorder in which a person seems "high", euphoric, expansive, sometimes agitated, hyperexcitable, with flights of ideas and speech.
* * *SYN: maniacal.
* * *man·ic 'man-ik adj affected with, relating to, or resembling maniaman·i·cal·ly -i-k(ə-)lē advmanic n an individual affected with mania
* * *man·ic (manґik) 1. pertaining to mania. 2. suffering from mania.
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