[ US /dɪˈɫɪɹiəs/ ]
[ UK /dɪlˈɪɹɪəs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. experiencing delirium
  2. marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion
    a crowd of delirious baseball fans
    something frantic in their gaiety
    a mad whirl of pleasure
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How To Use delirious In A Sentence

  • A whirling flash of sapphire suddenly rotated --- in a delirious foxtrot --- with Doc's own dizzy nimbus of gilded amber. BEHINDLINGS
  • Anyone who has seen a revue of their sketches in Germany knows how deliriously funny their work can be.
  • If we feel uncomfortable, achy, or even delirious during the course of a fever, these sensations are due to the toxicity that the fever is working to rid us of.
  • Vivid hallucinations and delirious illusions may also occur.
  • I became delirious, and quitting that staircase, which methought it was impossible for me to reascend, I sprung forth into the void with an execration. The Paris Sketch Book
  • I want this town to melt in delirious euphoria over a World Championship, and celebrate it every day for a year -- New Orleans style. Archive 2007-10-01
  • Tell your doctor if you had a seizure or got delirious when you tried to stop drinking before.
  • The dogs delirious with freedom romped and chased tight figure eights in water chest deep on little corgi legs. A Day At The Beach
  • he was talking deliriously
  • THE noise was deafening as a delirious Manchester crowd rose to applaud a stunning home win. The Sun
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