- adj.情绪异常激动的; 歇斯底里般的; 癔病的; 癔病性;
- 副词: hysterically;
He became almost hysterical when I told him.
He dismissed her words as the ravings of a hysterical woman.
Police and bodyguards had to protect him as the almost hysterical crowds struggled to approach him.
I suffered bouts of really hysterical depression.
He made headlines and received hysterical hate mail.
If you're too assertive they regard you as an aggressive hysterical woman. I mean, you can't win!
Paul Mazursky was Master of Ceremonies, and he was pretty hysterical.
His hysterical laughter made everybody stunned.
They're so lacking in confidence in the attraction of the games they televise that they feel they have to hype up with some hysterical commentator in order to get anyone to watch them.
He is hysterical at the sight of the photo.
He veered between calm acceptance and hysterical accusations.
They became hysterical after the accident.
In some way he depended upon the excitement he could arouse in her hysterical nature.
The doctor slapped the hysterical child to make him calmer.
Well, they turned out to be just that – hysterical.
Queen Augusta wrote him an hysterical letter in which she confusedly sympathised with him.
My hysterical sister will amplify her problems to death.
The market has become hysterical and the likelihood of trend continuation is low.
The children began to laugh, hysterical with joy.
Emigres in London said the onslaught had got " more and more hysterical " .
A hysterical giggle burst through my lips.
What appeared to my vision caused me to roll on the ground in hysterical laughter.
On hearing the news that he was elected senator, he was in hysterical laughter.
Oh, it was so funny. We were hysterical. What was that?
噢, 太有趣了, 我们笑翻了,什么事 呢 ?
I was hysterical. I screamed at the lady on the phone'I'm going to die '.
During hysterical conditions various functions of the human body are disordered.
T . O . tries to speak, but just keeps crying. He hysterical and puts his head down.
欧文斯想说话, 但是忍不住只能继续哭着, 他低下头,歇斯底里地哭着.
Mr Geithner's hand was forced by an increasingly hysterical Congress.
Youth is always hysterical and rushed about.
Hysterical and [ you know where you are, ]
1. characterized by or arising from psychoneurotic hysteria;
"during hysterical conditions various functions of the human body are disordered"- Morris Fishbein
2. marked by excessive or uncontrollable emotion;
"a mob of hysterical vigilantes"