delirious with joy

See: ecstatic
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He is going to make us delirious with joy far more than he will make us furious from here on in.
Striker Vardy's two goals yesterday helped unfancied Leicester City celebrate becoming Premier League champions and left the club's fans delirious with joy.
It felt so real that it was the first time in a long while that I felt delirious with joy.
Delirious with joy, I broke off the first of four crunchy bars and jammed it into my mouth with the force of a lost hiker.
And if the County fans were happy with Crow''s first goal then they were delirious with joy after he scored a superb second.
And if the County fans were happy with Crow's first goal then they were delirious with joy after he scored a superb second.
Nor will I observe that everyone was so crazed at the ceremony, so delirious with joy that a successful business would actually come to Worcester and try to sell us something, that I wouldn't have been surprised to see people tossing cash at Barger before they even booked a ticket.
If Priyanka celebrated her smalltown roots, many among the audience were delirious with joy.
As he crossed the line, he seemed almost delirious with joy.
A late score saw Sam Warbuton lift the Triple Crown sending Wales fans Richard Morris, Daniel Batty and Will Wiltney, delirious with joy (above)
However, they were delirious with joy by the end as Blues secured a win which saw them draw level with their hosts at the top of the group and boost hopes of reaching the knockout stage.
I was in Cairo a few days after Anwar Sadat's historic visit to Jerusalem and found the Egyptian capital delirious with joy.