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  • Sergeant Knight came plummeting down from the top gun turret and began pounding them all on the back with delirious enthusiasm.
  • ’He must be getting delirious,’ the brother said.

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  • ’He’s back!’ a patient delirious with fever echoed in automatic terror.
  • ’He’s delirious,’ one of the doctors said.
  • ’Leave him right here if he’s delirious.
  • The delirious man with the fever and the crushed toes sank to the floor and wept in pain while other men tripped over him and hurt him more in their blind, milling, agonized stampede.
  • The patient delirious with the high fever leaped into the aisle and almost knocked over the patient with one foot, who accidentally brought the black rubber tip of his crutch down on the other’s bare foot, crushing some toes.

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as in: fever induced delirium Define
a usually brief state of mental confusion often accompanied by hallucinations
as in: delirious with joy Define
a state of having been taken over by excitement or emotion
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