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All its lusciousness is held within the meat itself, making each bite deliriously succulent.

Five-star reviews made me deliriously happy; three-star reviews crushingly sad.

I remain deliriously in love with my husband, who celebrates being with an older man.

The Communist Party presides calmly over a nation of deliriously happy citizens.

Or, if not, then at least where it has been the most deliriously exploited.

He slept for hours so, and then he waked rather sharply, and said half deliriously: "I could have dragged him with me, Marmion."

How deliriously faint and blue that looked right away there in the distance, and how still it all was!

The Restoration went on more deliriously than ever till it reached the fatal climax in 1688.

The men were joyously and deliriously leaping about, yelling and shouting and singing and kissing one another.

This hour had a flavor, a bouquet, that no other hour would ever contain, and he preferred to sip it deliriously moment by moment.


On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to deliriously, such as: crazily, desperately, energetically, excitedly, foolishly, and frantically.

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