Definition Of catatonic
of, relating to, or characterized by catatonia.
Example Of catatonic
Acute and catatonic forms of the illness were more prevalent in developing countries, whereas hebephrenic and chronic forms were more frequently seen in developed countries.
Although the DJ thing was so easy it bordered on catatonic , these strapping, earnest first-year university students actually made this cushy job a living hell.
Any dramatic or emotional impact is, however, entirely nullified by the catatonic acting, anaesthetic direction and droning musical score.
Combining multiple worries can send you into a catatonic state whereby you are incapable of any form of remedial action to resolve your panic.
During the 20 minutes I spoke with her, my eyes glazed over approximately ten times and I had to be revived from my catatonic state with a cheeky mojito prepared lovingly by an evil friend.