delirium

[ dih-leer-ee-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF delirium
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It was like a hurricane of delirium rushing by and laying every head in the dust.

Through the thin wall of my workroom I could hear Joe in his delirium.

This explains why they may be associated in the delirium of unbridled passions.

Pregnancy and childbirth play a large part in their delirium.

In her delirium she imagines herself to be queen of the world.

The delirium of jealousy is a specific symptom of chronic alcoholism.

Nrana did not know the words for delirium and paranoia, but he could distinguish between them.

He died in the arms of Henriette Weiss, whom in his delirium he named "Mother."

They were seized with fever and delirium, and this obstacle, in their minds, became material.

No doubt as to who it was—the War Lord in a state bordering on delirium.

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