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Use "hypomanic" in a sentence
"But somebody who was there did write about it and they came up with the phrase hypomanic, and what I understand hypomanic to be is a sort of sub-clinical, not so serious as to be paralyzing case of manic depression."
"She admitted to having developed "hypomanic" (milder than full-blown mania) symptoms on an antidepressant."
"I'm sick of it all; sick of the medications, sick of the appointments, sick of using words like "hypomanic" and, "pressured speech" in conversation, sick of the carefulness, sick of the sickness."