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Sentence count:64Posted:2017-03-02Updated:2017-03-02
Synonym: crazefrenzyfuryhysteriaSimilar words: delirioustriumphaquariumterrariumopprobriumauditoriumplanetariumequilibriumMeaning: [dɪ'lɪrɪəm]  n. 1. state of violent mental agitation 2. a usually brief state of excitement and mental confusion often accompanied by hallucinations. 
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1 Before she died she had fits of delirium.
2 He mumbled in delirium all night.
3 In her delirium, she had fallen to the floor several times.
4 A warehouse for the furnishings of consumer delirium.
5 With the noise came a delirium.
6 The win brought on delirium among the fans.
7 Mild, persistent delirium, not as violent as in Belladonna restless with laborious dreams, muttering delirium.
8 There are a few touches of delirium in Lecercle's text itself, as he would certainly be delighted to admit.
9 And in the delirium of recognising her power she felt protected, safe in his arms.
10 I watch as the convulsions subside, the delirium leaves his eyes and he returns, slightly dazed, to normality.
11 Scorsese's catches the delirium of Henry's formative years with mesmerising verve.
12 Later that day she was hospitalized in a delirium brought on by polio.
13 I went to him. In his delirium, he had drunk several potholes dry, and was dead.
14 Others had talked in delirium or expressed fears to each other.
15 She had been almost in delirium, consumed with an animal desire.
16 Later, mental abnormalities may include nervousness, depression, and delirium.
17 Oh, how oppressive this continual delirium is.
18 It was a perfect delirium.
19 The evening was no longer joy, but delirium.
20 Contemplate your incarnate Delirium Tremens!
21 He raved in his delirium.
22 Delirium, Dementia, and Amnestic and Other Cognitive Disorders.
23 All is in a delirium of change.
24 Mental dullness is prominent,(www.Sentencedict.com) and delirium may occur.
25 Delirium, Dementia, Amnestic and Other Cognitive Disorders.
26 To her, it meant groans, delirium, death and smells.
27 Helpers approaching have sometimes been bitten or attacked wildly in the delirium that follows and which may last as long as twelve tormented hours.
28 Another hundred yards, down again, mumbling to himself in delirium.
29 The headlights shot across the concrete columns in a delirium.
30 Stepan is falling ill without knowing it; his unspoken, unimagined destination is delirium and death.
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