Or, if not, then at least where it has been the most deliriously exploited.
The Communist Party presides calmly over a nation of deliriously happy citizens.
I knew all this going in, but was too deliriously blinded by the extra-hot sex to really consider it.
Five-star reviews made me deliriously happy; three-star reviews crushingly sad.
The average white man in my opinion would be deliriously drunk before the Mandya or Manbo would be feeling merry.
Torchy is just as deliriously funny in these stories as he was in the previous book.
As he went off, she carried the possum indoors, and was deliriously happy for hours.
For she was in love—she knew it now—wildly, deliriously, gloriously in love with Owen.
Always in fairy tales and wonder stories, the houses were deliriously strange.
She was too deliriously happy to speak, and the only words she could have said were, I love you, I love you.
delirious de·lir·i·ous (dĭ-lēr'ē-əs)
Of, suffering from, or characteristic of delirium.