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delirious

(Incoherent), adjective bereft of reason, crazed, crazy, deranged, hallucinating, insane, lunacy, mad, mentally ill, rabid, ranting, raving, sick, unsound
Associated concepts: criminally insane, insanity defense, innoluntary commitment

delirious

(Wildly happy), adjective ardent, blissful, carried away, ebullient, elated, electrified, enamored, fanatical, feverish, frantic, frenzied, happy, hectic, intoxicated, thrilled, tumultuous
See also: incoherent
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This is their fourth studio album and gets stuck straight into spiky punky rock to keep its legions of fans deliriously happy.
The theatrical extravaganza features an election themed cabaret performance from Liverpool artists - Bourgeois Pig sings deliriously about the night he broke the Bank of Monte Carlo; the Politician and his Wife lean on the garden gate of sleaze; hear radical reworkings of classic songs; and Knitting Woman sits at the Needlework Box of Free Speech.
From the opening credits - where the police car goes on the pavement, inside buildings, on a roller coaster - it''s an exercise in pure absurdity It was followed by two engaging sequels which never quite hit the same deliriously hilarious mark.
Really, that's all we were worried about after the injury happened, especially his owner Michael Pickworth, who was adamant that whatever needed to be done should be, regardless of what it cost, and is deliriously happy that the operation went well.
Determined to track down this woman, Sanjay heads into the city where he spies a beautiful woman and falls deliriously in love.
With songs as fully-formed and deliriously icy as these, somebody should sign him up soon.
Goddess gowns in body-hugging fabrics, deliriously layered trains and dreamy pastel tones.
gt;THE SITCH Your friend has a new BF, and she is deliriously happy.
The formula sums up the deliriously methodical, ongoing project she embarked on in 1997: to create an imaginary company whose point of departure would be entirely of her own activities and that would at the same time escape any form of control.
It was a Six Nations performance which left a deliriously happy nation by and large speechless.