Schizoid personality



schizoid personality n.
A personality disorder characterized by long-term emotional coldness, indifference to praise, criticism, or the feelings of others, and an inability to form close friendships with more than one or two people.

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    [skiz-oh-mahy-seet, -mahy-seet, skit-soh-] /ˌskɪz oʊˈmaɪ sit, -maɪˈsit, ˌskɪt soʊ-/ noun 1. any of numerous microorganisms of the subkingdom (or phylum) Schizophyta, kingdom Monera, comprising the bacteria. schizomycete /ˌskɪtsəʊmaɪˈsiːt/ noun 1. (formerly) any microscopic organism of the now obsolete class Schizomycetes, which included the bacteria schizomycete schiz·o·my·cete (skĭz’ō-mī-sēt’) n. A member of the Schizomycetes; a bacterium.

  • Schizomycetes

    [skiz-oh-mahy-seet, -mahy-seet, skit-soh-] /ˌskɪz oʊˈmaɪ sit, -maɪˈsit, ˌskɪt soʊ-/ noun 1. any of numerous microorganisms of the subkingdom (or phylum) Schizophyta, kingdom Monera, comprising the bacteria. schizomycete /ˌskɪtsəʊmaɪˈsiːt/ noun 1. (formerly) any microscopic organism of the now obsolete class Schizomycetes, which included the bacteria Schizomycetes Schiz·o·my·ce·tes (skĭz’ō-mī-sē’tēz) n. A class of unicellular or noncellular organisms […]



  • Schizomycosis

    [skiz-oh-mahy-koh-sis, skit-soh-] /ˌskɪz oʊ maɪˈkoʊ sɪs, ˌskɪt soʊ-/ noun, Pathology. 1. any disease due to schizomycetes.

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    noun, Biology. 1. (in the asexual reproduction of certain sporozoans) a cell developed from a trophozoite, which undergoes multiple fission to form merozoites. noun 1. a cell formed from a trophozoite during the asexual stage of the life cycle of sporozoan protozoans, such as the malaria parasite schizont schiz·ont (skĭz’ŏnt’, skĭt’sŏnt’) n. A sporozoan cell […]



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