hysterics : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an attack of hysteria
- n a person suffering from hysteria
- After another telephone call, say friends, Narvaez broke into hysterics that sent her small children screaming through the house.
- By the early 1890s, he was specializing in "neurasthenics" (mainly severe hysterics); they taught him much, including the art of patient listening.
- The lady has hysterics, and Herbert can only laff at the whole disaster.
News & Articles
- Gold’s ugly selloff explained, in three charts
It looks like the inflation hysterics are receding. Yesterday’s solid US economic data made it seem more likely that the Federal Reserve will unwind some of its bond-buying programs. Gold is down more ...
June 26, 2013 - Quartz via Yahoo! Finance
- Paris Hilton in Turkish Press
I was basically in the fetal position, basically in hysterics,Hilton said. "All of the inmates were very supportive. There were girls next to me. We could talk through the vents and they were just really sweet."
- Joanna Lumley in Ninemsn
We started off as friends in The New Avengers and remained that way for more than 30 years,said Lumley, who played Purdey, the series' glamorous martial arts expert. "We shared so much laughter - we were constantly in hysterics making The...
- Bill Owens in CNN
Unfortunately, the hysterics surrounding John Mark Karr served only to distract Boulder officials from doing their job, which should be solving the murder of JonBenet Ramsey,Owens said in a statement. "Mary Lacy should be held accountable...