deliriously : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r as if in a delirium
he was talking deliriously
- r in a delirious manner
her answer made him deliriously happy
- 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.
- 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.
- It's about to renew itself again, into something cheaper, wilder, trashier, more democratic and more deliriously fertile than ever.
News & Articles
- 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 ...
June 11, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! Sports
- Steven Spielberg in CNN
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.
- Nima Arkani-Hamed in New York Times
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...
- Alex Rodriguez in MLB.com
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."