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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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The patient received a diagnosis of delirious mania, with the underlying mechanism being severe catatonia.
On receiving information ASI Rasheed with police contingent raided at the informed place and held Asmat Ullah in delirious condition.
The topics include a literature review of its implications in psychiatric disorders, its role in evaluating clinical activity in Crohn's Disease, lessons about its relationship to cardiovascular disease from studying genetically engineered mice, its accuracy in diagnosing neonatal infections using a new high-sensitivity analytic method, its kinetics in delirious and non-delirious elderly medical inpatients, and tropical medicine.
CHRISTIAN rock band Delirious will be at Liverpool Cathedral as part of a tour next month.
McLeish said: "I would be delirious if we got four points from these two games.
Beirut, the city I've lived in for the last eight years, the city I love beyond all reason, this light-filled marvel on the Mediterranean where I learned new definitions of generosity, hospitality, and the delirious pleasure of being alive--my beautiful, beautiful Beirut.
She somehow left everything--and nothing--to chance in a delirious evening of two new works, this is not a pink pony: take 1 and 2 and Gogolorez or the mystery of the flying cow.
The last two immigration "reform" laws--in 1965 and 1986--have been unmitigated disasters for the United States and delirious victories for the "break down the border" lobbies, comprised of two seemingly dissimilar, but allied, forces: radical-left Hispanic groups and corporate globalists.
A densely layered rectangle of images of flowers, the work bursts with delirious harmony.
And, as madness began to throttle his mind, he drifted off into the delirious auto-mythology of Ecce Homo ("I am not a man, I am dynamite," "Before me there was no psychology at all"), fantasizing about a splendid messianic apotheosis that never happened.