deliriously


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de·lir·i·ous

 (dĭ-lîr′ē-əs)
adj.
1. Of, suffering from, or characteristic of delirium.
2. Marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion; ecstatic: delirious joy; a crowd of delirious baseball fans.

de·lir′i·ous·ly adv.
de·lir′i·ous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.deliriously - as if in a delirium; "he was talking deliriously"
2.deliriously - in a delirious manner; "her answer made him deliriously happy"
Translations
بانفِعالٍ شَديد
šíleně
ekstatisktvildt
ofsalega, taumlaust
çıldırasıyaçılgınca

deliriously

[dɪˈlɪrɪəslɪ] ADV [rant, rave] → con desvarío, como un loco
to be deliriously happyestar loco de alegría
to be deliriously in loveestar locamente enamorado

deliriously

[dɪˈlɪriəsli] adv (= happily) → avec une joie délirante
deliriously happy → fou de joie(folle)

deliriously

adv
(= ecstatically) scream, cheerekstatisch; deliriously happyeuphorisch; I fell deliriously in love with herich verliebte mich unsterblich in sie
(Med) raveim Delirium

deliriously

[dɪˈlɪrɪəslɪ] adv deliriously happyfuori di sé dalla gioia

delirious

(diˈliriəs) adjective
1. wandering in the mind and talking complete nonsense (usually as a result of fever). The sick man was delirious and nothing he said made sense.
2. wild with excitement. She was delirious with happiness at the news.
deˈliriously adverb
deliriously happy.
References in classic literature ?
But the excitement of cutting out the Arangi had been communicated to his addled brain, and, with vague reminiscent flashes of the strength of life triumphant, he shared deliriously in this triumph of Somo by applying himself to the curing of the head that was in itself the concrete expression of triumph.
for though it was a most unwonted hour, yet so impressive was the cry, and so deliriously exciting, that almost every soul on board instinctively desired a lowering.
deliriously howled Ahab, as the malignant iron scorchingly devoured the baptismal blood.
Scores of persons have deliriously found themselves made parties in Jarndyce and Jarndyce without knowing how or why; whole families have inherited legendary hatreds with the suit.
And all the time, deliriously happy, talking in the gentlest and most delicate terms that might not offend her sensitive ears, I was cudgelling my brains in an effort to divine what I was expected to do.
And gemmy flower, of Trebizond misnam'd - Inmate of highest stars, where erst it sham'd All other loveliness : its honied dew(The fabled nectar that the heathen knew) Deliriously sweet, was dropp'd from Heaven, And fell on gardens of the unforgiven In Trebizond - and on a sunny flower So like its own above that, to this hour, It still remaineth, torturing the bee With madness, and unwonted reverie : In Heaven, and all its environs, the leaf And blossom of the fairy plant, in grief Disconsolate linger - grief that hangs her head, Repenting follies that full long have fled, Heaving her white breast to the balmy air, Like guilty beauty, chasten'd, and more fair : Nyctanthes too, as sacred as the light She fears to perfume, perfuming the night :
Each in his turn went up to the priest (they were all within a large circular railing) and bowed profoundly and then went spinning away deliriously and took his appointed place in the circle, and continued to spin.
Later in the day, Lydgate was seated by her bedside, and she was talking deliriously, thinking aloud, and recalling what had gone through her mind the night before.
During the whole period I was deliriously happy, but with the perversity of my nature I persevered in my resolution not to see her.
Heathcliff, aware that his opponent was ignorant of the treatment received while insensible, called him deliriously intoxicated; and said he should not notice his atrocious conduct further, but advised him to get to bed.
and which point she was found to be still deliriously inhaling the laughing gas.
The Insomia Poems, by Guyanese-British poet Grace Nichols, is a slow, deliriously enchanting stroll through many dreamscapes.