feelings of guilt for having survived a catastrophe in which others died.
survivor guilt definition
A deep sense of guilt, combined often with feelings of numbness and loss of interest in life, felt by those who have survived some catastrophe. It was first noticed among survivors of the Holocaust. Survivors often feel that they did not do enough to save those who died or that they are unworthy relative to the perished.
noun 1. a person or thing that survives. 2. Law. the one of two or more designated persons, as joint tenants or others having a joint interest, who outlives the other or others. 3. a person who continues to function or prosper in spite of opposition, hardship, or setbacks. noun 1. a person or thing […]
[ser-vahy-ver-ship] /sərˈvaɪ vərˌʃɪp/ noun 1. the state of being a survivor. 2. Law. a right of a person to property on the death of another having a joint interest: in the case of more than two joint tenants, the property passes to successive survivors.
noun, Psychiatry. 1. a characteristic group of symptoms, including recurrent images of death, depression, persistent anxiety, and emotional numbness, occurring in survivors of disaster.
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noun See sun salutation