delirious[ dih-leer-ee-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF delirious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DELIRIOUS
In two hours I was delirious, and the end of the Diary and of myself was at hand.
Roland was, however, by this time in high fever and delirious.
Macquart, especially, appeared to be delirious with enthusiasm.
For months I was mad, fevered, delirious, and yet I could not die.
If a delirious man had struck me, I should not have been angry with him.
"Our turn now," they were shouting, and there were screams of delirious laughter.
Was that healthy colour but the brand of a malady that rendered him delirious?
Such was her cry, whether sane or delirious, hour after hour, day after day.
I was delirious; I knew the authors of my misfortune, and in my fancy I destroyed them.
There was another pause, and the delirious man seemed to sleep.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DELIRIOUS
- foaming at the mouth
- freaked out
- steamed up