"What does that mean?" she forced herself to ask to keep hysterics from claiming her.
She sucked in deep breaths, on the verge of hysterics after the freaky trip from cliff to spaceship.
"No," he replied in the smooth, velvety voice that talked her down from hysterics many times.
One woman broke down in hysterics.
She didn't know why she suddenly felt near hysterics.
Her body roared to life at the scent of his dark spices while she fought the urge to break down into hysterics.
Kit and I had violent hysterics when we tried them on.
Tension comes to a head during the leisurely Labor Day picnic, a marathon event that begins with games and ends with booze-fuelled hysterics.
The local fishermen, watching this, were in absolute hysterics.
At one stage the race office who were aware of Mel's false right lower leg, were in near hysterics.
Leon justified the delay on the grounds that the old woman had gone into strong hysterics once she came round.
Stephane was in hysterics, which is great, because he's been very sullen recently for some reason.
Stephane was in hysterics, which is great, because he 's been very sullen recently for some reason.
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