With most of America delirious with Obamaphilia, conservatives are feeling thin-skinned and not much in the mood for compromise.
I was sort of delirious in the middle of that big thing happening.
I remember a time, soon after we moved to the compound, when I was delirious with fever and desperately wanted her by my side.
He contracts Kharga Fever, which renders him delirious and causes him gradually to lose his eyesight.
During those 12 days that we shot, I became really ill, so I was having that delirious, waking dream feeling anyway.
The crowd, delirious, cries and sobs in a paroxysm of despair.
In two hours I was delirious, and the end of the Diary and of myself was at hand.
How the giant element, From rock to rock, leaps with delirious bound.
Roland was, however, by this time in high fever and delirious.
Urquiza was received by the inhabitants of Buenos Aires with delirious joy as the deliverer of the Republic.
delirious de·lir·i·ous (dĭ-lēr'ē-əs)
Of, suffering from, or characteristic of delirium.