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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!
MASS' GEORGEGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
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.
THE HONORABLE PERCIVALALICE HEGAN RICE
And the air is full of restless birds, singing deliriously for very joy in the voluptuous business of their nests and coveys.
Bring him here, Bracknell laughed almost deliriously, and you will see.
THE LADY OF NORTH STAROTTWELL J. BINNS
In the night he had talked about his work deliriously, causing her no slight alarm.
NEW GRUB STREETGEORGE GISSING
He remembered that he caught nothing, but had been deliriously happy.
THE HALF-HEARTEDJOHN BUCHAN
There is something deliriously credulous in the true citizen, and the university makes it a specially good place for clothes.

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