Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state of being delirious; delirium.

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  • noun The characteristic of being delirious.

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Examples

  • Memories from childhood and sweet moments with a former love keep him from losing it as he waves in and out of deliriousness.

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  • Memories from childhood and sweet moments with a former love keep him from losing it as he waves in and out of deliriousness.

    Gazelle Emami: HuffPost Review: 127 Hours

  • I shout at the boy, surprised at how the pain in my ankle, and the deliriousness from a daylong, fruitless search, has made me hysterical.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park

  • I shout at the boy, surprised at how the pain in my ankle, and the deliriousness from a daylong, fruitless search, has made me hysterical.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park

  • I shout at the boy, surprised at how the pain in my ankle, and the deliriousness from a daylong, fruitless search, has made me hysterical.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park

  • I shout at the boy, surprised at how the pain in my ankle, and the deliriousness from a daylong, fruitless search, has made me hysterical.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park

  • The Internet has introduced infinite possibility in physical life, to the point of deliriousness; it has convoluted and expanded what used to be the simplest and most direct of feelings -- the semi-amorous crush.

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  • I blame fever-induced deliriousness and the article in my last entry for that dream.

    sierrazen Diary Entry

  • For some reason deliriousness, we thought it would be funny to bring “disguises” with us to Texas—Erik had procured huge aviator sunglasses and a fake mustache, a big old trucker hat, the works; Jessica had brought enormous movie-star shades and a platinum blond wig.

    Living Justice

  • For some reason deliriousness, we thought it would be funny to bring “disguises” with us to Texas—Erik had procured huge aviator sunglasses and a fake mustache, a big old trucker hat, the works; Jessica had brought enormous movie-star shades and a platinum blond wig.

    Living Justice

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