He even tried to blame unnamed rivals with “dirty hands” for trying to “build this hysteria.”
Even for Daniel Radcliffe, the rumor mill has reached Elevatorgate-levels of hysteria.
Our country has been basically held hostage—self-imposed I might add—by this fear and hysteria for the last eight years.
This sad drama has been compounded by an engulfing fog of speculation, frequently reaching a tone of hysteria.
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There's no rigid line of demarcation between insanity and hysteria.
Convents were often seats of frightful epidemics of hysteria.
It was only hysteria, which girls get when they are disappointed at not marrying, and are not so young as they were.
She hesitated, laughed with the ring of hysteria, fluttered into speech.
The diagnosis of hysteria was established by the absence of any evidence of organic disease and by the history of the case.
hysteria hys·ter·i·a (hĭ-stěr'ē-ə, -stēr'-)
A neurosis characterized by the presentation of a physical ailment without an organic cause, such as amnesia.
Excessive or uncontrollable emotion, such as fear.