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Definition of "catatonic" [cat•a•ton•ic•catatonic]

  • Of, relating to, or suffering from catatonia (adjective)
  • A patient in a state of catatonia. (noun)

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Use "catatonic" in a sentence
  • "Tea has 4000 years of History and very few associated Deaths or maimings whilst H&S has knocked countless souls in catatonic stupification with its idiocy."
  • "For example, in psychiatric terms, a zombi might be called a catatonic schizophrenic; both conditions are characterized by incoherence and catalepsy with alternate moments of stupor and activity."
  • "Grace Reid stared back at him, her face white as a corpse, her expression almost catatonic with terror."