Usage examples for delirious

  1. " Unless I die delirious- with all my heart. – Stingaree by E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung
  2. I learned the fact for certain by accident three days ago, when Bruce was delirious. – Afterwards by Kathlyn Rhodes
  3. He hears nothing- is off, the Lord knows where, raving delirious. – A Tale of a Lonely Parish by F. Marion Crawford
  4. I was delirious, was I not? – A Mere Accident by George Moore
  5. He was delirious and seemed very ill. – Fanny Goes to War by Pat Beauchamp
  6. It's wonderful to have known paradise: to have walked in its flower- strewn paths and to have tasted its delirious delights. – Reno A Book of Short Stories and Information by Lilyan Stratton
  7. " Driscoll was delirious; he talked strangely," Thirlwell remarked. – The Lure of the North by Harold Bindloss
  8. The next day I was delirious. – The After House by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  9. I was delirious for a month afterward. – Atlantida by Pierre Benoit
  10. Eliphalet Fox is stark mad with delirious joy. – Quodlibet by John P. Kennedy
  11. A thrill nothing less than delirious sent the blood up behind his brown cheeks, for he saw that she, too, knew that this was the second time their eyes had met. – The Two Vanrevels by Booth Tarkington
  12. " Growing delirious again," laughed Virginia. – The Bells of San Juan by Jackson Gregory
  13. But when morning came and the excitement had passed I knew that I had been delirious. – Cord and Creese by James de Mille
  14. Throughout November he grew steadily weaker, and was often hysterical and delirious. – Oscar Wilde A Critical Study by Arthur Ransome
  15. It is sharp as you see, and rather large, and the nurse was afraid, while he is still restless and sometimes delirious, he might do himself some hurt with it. – The Mating of Lydia by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  16. I suppose I was delirious? – None Other Gods by Robert Hugh Benson
  17. It was a delirious month. – Wild Justice: Stories of the South Seas by Lloyd Osbourne
  18. December 14. His suffering is so great, so continued, and his fortitude so completely gone, that any further change must make him delirious. – Life of John Keats by William Michael Rossetti