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- n. Plural form of hysteric.
- n. Hysteria.
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- n.pl. Hysteria.
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- n. an attack of hysteria
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A point later, with the crowd in hysterics and opponent Novak Djokovic still in shock, the world's top-ranked player closed out the victory, 7-6 (7-3), 7-5, 7-5, to move one win from his sixth straight U.S.
I was just showing off and the rest of my class in hysterics but it was a lot of fun.
I hope that every American who has been engaged in hysterics over this speech for the last week feels deeply and appropriately ashamed.
People are in hysterics about global warming, such that it has become like a religion to them.
The New Black Panther hysterics is not just post-election impeachment fodder.
The site also has a video clip of Big Daddy and Hit Girl hysterics from the upcoming movie too.
But current estimates are also based on deliverability: as far as Israel and assorted hysterics is concerned, the mere possibility of the existence of one undeliverable bomb is sufficient to produce the holocaust, so Iran might be close to a bomb right now.
If everyone was in hysterics, they were laughing at him, and not with him.
(CNN) - Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid may not be known for his sense of humor, but the Nevada Democrat put supporters in hysterics Monday as he launched what will likely be his most difficult reelection campaign to date with a dig at Sarah Palin.
My teenager would just go in hysterics, if we were to win!