Definition of deliration in English:

deliration

noun

mass nounrare
  • Frenzied or delirious behaviour.

    • ‘It would have been repressed by ridicule as a deliration of the human mind.’
    • ‘The graceful levity of the nation could not easily err in this direction, nor tolerate such deliration in the greatest of men.’
    • ‘She was not frantic; but had such a pretty deliration, that in her ravings there was oftentimes more attractiveness than in many sane persons' conversation.’
    • ‘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.’
    insanity, insaneness, dementia, mental illness, derangement, dementedness, instability, unsoundness of mind, lunacy, distraction, depression, mania, hysteria, frenzy, psychosis, psychopathy, schizophrenia, hydrophobia
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Origin

Early 17th century: from Latin deliratio(n-), from delirat- past participial stem of delirare ‘deviate, be deranged’ (see delirium) + -ation.

Pronunciation

deliration

/dɛlɪˈreɪʃ(ə)n/