The Ultimate Audience Freak-Out What would an Oprah giveaway be without tears and hysteria?
The latest wave of Muslim hysteria and violence has now spread to more than 20 countries.
He also lashed out at his competitors: “They caught us with dirty hadns and they built this hysteria around it.”
But that reality is a far cry from the hysteria and cynicism of bond markets that we are on the verge of collapse.
David Cameron, the new British prime minister, is credited with calming the hysteria that infected the White House.
There's no rigid line of demarcation between insanity and hysteria.
And she ran off, sobbing, into the little guignol, where she had an attack of hysteria.
It was only hysteria, which girls get when they are disappointed at not marrying, and are not so young as they were.
It is often also due to hysteria and consequently pathological.
The diagnosis of hysteria was established by the absence of any evidence of organic disease and by the history of the case.
hysteria hys·ter·i·a (hĭ-stěr'ē-ə, -stēr'-)
A neurosis characterized by the presentation of a physical ailment without an organic cause, such as amnesia.
Excessive or uncontrollable emotion, such as fear.