other words for delirium
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Soon farmhands and slaughterhouse workers were showing up at emergency rooms in Nipah-induced deliriums.
“Muir and Andrews were sick for two or three weeks,” he wrote, Muir eventually suffering from delirium.
He was the delirium of the Revolution, himself a living delirium!
Dannie was talking softly in his delirium, in the broken sentences that tell of rapid respiration.
In Begmand's cottage Marianne lay raving in delirium, and the neighbour who attended her said she had the fever.
No; what was alarming at Poor Luck Barrens was not a frenzy of insanity—it was the delirium of pneumonia.
In mild cases it may continue until the occurrence of convalescence, but in grave cases it is soon lost in delirium.
When he muttered in his sleep or cried out in the delirium of fever, the little dog put his paws upon the bed-rail.
She laughed—the sort of laugh one hears from a woman tossing in delirium.
I look back upon them as on the illusions of delirium, and shudder whilst I smile.
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