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noun[mass noun] rare
Frenzied or delirious behaviour.
- Two pages of it will produce a mild deliration.
- Their immense and sandy diffuseness is like the prairie, or the desert, and their incongruities are like the last deliration.
- It would have been repressed by ridicule as a deliration of the human mind.
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