deliriously deliriously


  1. (adv) as if in a delirium
  2. (adv) in a delirious manner


  1. Oh, and it's a comic book Bechdel's breathtakingly, pitilessly smart commentary duets with deliriously eloquent line drawings, as well as letters and maps and literary quotations.
  2. Here, the texture is the text, and it's deliriously dense, with more than 2,000 effects shots, often layered on top of each other.
  3. It's about to renew itself again, into something cheaper, wilder, trashier, more democratic and more deliriously fertile than ever.


  • Soccer-Haiti score two late goals to hold Italy 2-2

    RIO DE JANEIRO, June 11 (Reuters) - Italy were embarrassed by Haiti on Tuesday as the unheralded Caribbean side scored two goals in the last five minutes to secure a 2-2 draw in a friendly despite falling behind after 19 seconds. Haiti's players, who gave Spain a few frights before losing 2-1 to the world champions at the weekend, celebrated deliriously on the pitch at Vasco da Gama's Sao ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! Sports


  1. "Not at Tom, but at the press for making such a big deal out of a kind of small thing. Tom lost his cool because he was deliriously happy, and now he was being punished for his public display of happiness," Spielberg said.
    on Jun 20, 2005 By: Steven Spielberg Source: CNN

  2. "It could be deliriously exciting, an incredibly cool story," said Nima Arkani-Hamed of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ, who has been churning out papers with his colleagues. "Anomalies in the sky tell you what to look for...
    on Nov 24, 2008 By: Nima Arkani-Hamed Source: New York Times

  3. "We were so deliriously tired, which was the result of digging a hole and having to climb out of it," A-Rod added. "Boston was the first round of the playoffs for us, really. We don't want to put ourselves in that situation again."
    on Apr 17, 2006 By: Alex Rodriguez Source:

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