deliriously

[ dih-leer-ee-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF deliriously
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Torchy is just as deliriously funny in these stories as he was in the previous book.

For she was in love—she knew it now—wildly, deliriously, gloriously in love with Owen.

She was too deliriously happy to speak, and the only words she could have said were, I love you, I love you.

That is to say, he was deliriously glad and he knew he ought not to be.

For a time, we must believe, humanity then was deliriously bereft.

The air was deliriously fresh and fragrant, and the sun had not yet become hot.

I was wildly, deliriously happy, for now everything must come right.

“Well, it is not deliriously passionate,” admitted Joscelyn.

He remembered that he caught nothing, but had been deliriously happy.

She left him deliriously, inexplicably, foolishly in spirits.

WORD ORIGIN

1703, from stem of delirium + -ous. Figurative use attested from 1791. Related: Deliriously.

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