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  • v. Present participle of hallucinate.

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  • adj. Experiencing hallucinations.

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  • adj. experiencing delirium

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Examples

  • The sequence and others in which Harper, also hallucinating, is featured are where the ever-revising Kushner has yet to find the right balance.

    David Finkle: First Nighter: Tony Kushner's Angels in America Flies on Gossamer Wings

  • I take it that hallucinating is your favorite pastime since your favorite intern moved overseas???!!!

    Clinton looks to Puerto Rico to boost her campaign

  • I saw him ranting and raving at some press conference yesterday (the topic of which escapes me - I was in a robitussin and fever induced haze), but unless I was hallucinating from the meds, he was accusing Bush of causing the September 11th attacks through off-shore bank deregulation or something or other.

    Balloon Juice » 2002 » February

  • Or maybe I'm completely hallucinating, which is entirely possible.

    Rahm Source: Story That He Tipped Off Feds To Blago Is False

  • Not even hallucinating, which is more likely, given that you're probably not a Cylon.

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  • I was there on Wednesday and, unless I was hallucinating which is unusual for me that early in the day, she was there at her regular spot. uj

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  • The current Bishop of Verona, Mgr Giuseppe Zenti, initially accused the former students of "hallucinating".

    Signs of the Times

  • But Lou Holtz waved me over and introduced me, and I stood up, and I can't remember what I said because I was kind of hallucinating at that point.

    EW.com: Today's Latest Headlines

  • Sands said that she thought she was "hallucinating" during the performance, and Tennant added that the experience was "surreal" and "very good fun", according to the

    All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News

  • Now, I know you didn't say that … but I was thinking that based on the fact that person (s) of religious preferences who actually believe with their whole hearts are possibly allowing themselves to 'make up' any religious activity, or be "hallucinating" would simply allow me to assume that they were so (crazy that is).

    Brain Blogger

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  • My adjectival use: 'They took the hallucinating child to hospital.'

    August 22, 2011