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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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"Delirious Bliss: The Secrets of Joy Through the Chaos of Life" centers on the premise that personal growth requires someone to take action.
One study showed the introduction of the CAM-ICU delirium assessment tool improved nurses' confidence and knowledge in caring for delirious patients, with 80 per cent of staff feeling more confident caring for delirious patients after its implementation, an increase of 36 per cent.
I will do everything to stop these delirious attacks on Made in Italy.
Delirious mania is a severe but often underrecognized syndrome characterized by rapid onset of delirium, mania, and psychosis, with no identifiable organic cause [1].
Scriptwriters Kenya Harris and Tracy Oliver don't spare the characters' blushes, including one delirious sequence involving a deluge of bodily fluids that gives new meaning to raining on someone's parade.
Jada Pinkett Smith Scriptwriters Kenya Harris and Tracy Oliver don't spare the characters' blushes, including one delirious sequence involving a deluge of bodily fluids that gives new meaning to raining on someone's parade.
They hurled various allegations against Mayor Guia Gomez, who in turn dismissed the move as being funded by a family 'delirious with the power of their wealth.'
After treating a young woman with delirious mania, we were compelled to comment on the case report "Confused and nearly naked after going on spending sprees" (Cases That Test Your Skills, Current Psychiatry.
But Scotland boss Strachan (top), who was at Hampden at an event for Scots fans, said they were "delirious".
This time it's the delirious pointing at the stadium screen of face-painted fans the second they are picked up by the camera.
Ten minutes in, they were - to quote his song title - Delirious.
If you're visiting a patient who becomes delirious, notify the medical team immediately, as they may need to evaluate the patient's medical condition.