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marked by extreme excitement, confusion, or agitation

Synonyms for delirious

experiencing delirium

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marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion

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But he was spared any more agony seconds later and, in a further display of unity that extended to the post-match press conference, Moyes was soon in the middle of the pitch thanking each and every one of his players and accepting the salute of a delerious Goodison Park.
The delerious mixture Of hand with eye must be his gauge, Instrumented by movement.
Little added the conversion and an angled 45-metre penalty to level the scores, sending the large travelling contingent in the crowd delerious.
On a night of undiluted drama a double from Chris Sutton, a Joos Valgaeren stike and a Henrik Larsson penalty brought Marcello Lippi's Serie A superstars to their knees in front of a delerious home support.
Recall as well that Schlemilovitch himself is by turns student, author, wealthy legatee, victim of tuberculosis, bodyguard, white slave trader, fake alpine hunter, professor of history, delerious hallucinator, political prisoner, mock S.
Okay, maybe it wasn't a World Cup Final, but try telling that to the delerious England fans who had turned the compact Belgian stadium into a sea of red and white on the edge of the Waterloo battlefields.