Example sentences for: deliriously

How can you use “deliriously” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The unformed mind can't be trusted to discount for televisual hyperbole, from McDonald's claim that its petroleum-based "milk" shakes can make you deliriously happy to the cartoon causality that holds that shooting a criminal has roughly the same consequences as bopping a bunny to the seeming ubiquity of rape, murder, and mayhem.

  • Your writer asserts in the first sentence that it was "deliriously mean-spirited"--a surprising statement, given that reviewers for Time , Newsweek , and the Washington Post among others have remarked on the even-handedness of my book.

  • It can't, of course, which is the problem with mainstream horror pictures: The more deliriously abstract and unhinged their imagery, the more of a clunk there is when the evil actually materializes and the genre conventions kick in.

  • Culturebox's first thought on reading Diana: In Search of Herself , Sally Bedell Smith's deliriously mean-spirited (though boringly written) catalog of all the ways the late fairy-tale princess turns out to have been troubled, trite, and exasperating, is that the British public didn't get its money's worth from the girl.

  • To hold one's fist stiffly in the air in a gesture of ridiculous defiance while the bass amplifier thundered and the guitar shrieked and our man on tenor sax honked deliriously, and to see a barroom audience respond with shouts and their own idiotic fists in the beery air--that was to laugh.


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