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delirium
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Angels & Demons
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  • Carlo was delirious with pain.
  • As the words sank in, Langdon felt his delirium pierced by an instant of clarity.

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  • Looking delirious and half terrified, the driver hit the accelerator, peeling out down the street.
  • Squeezed by delirium, he fought the illusion with every logical shred of intellect he had.
  • Feeling his initial surge of confidence decay, Langdon stood a moment and took stock of his pitiful state-covered in bone dust, cut, deliriously exhausted, and hungry.
  • Langdon felt delirious as he moved across the room.
  • Definitely not gypsies, he decided in his semiconscious delirium.
  • The camerlegno was clearly in shock, delirious no doubt from his physical trauma and bearing witness to the horrific massacre in the Pope’s office.
  • Mortati looked delirious with angst.

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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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