The Newsroom transforms its female characters into hysterics and fools.
And as soon as James yelled “cut,” they both burst into hysterics.
Though she prefers the phrase “going away” to the word “jail,” which sent her into hysterics in a recent episode.
“I have a horror of hysterics or sentimentality,” he explained.
Prominent conservative pundits are speaking out, denouncing his hysterics before he sinks the entire movement.
Gwethyn was almost in hysterics at the danger her pet had escaped.
Rub her feet with snow or—I mean, I know there's something you do when people have hysterics.
Mistress Lettice in the great room went into hysterics for the fifth time that morning.
Colonel, did you ever have an old woman in hysterics on your hands?
A sudden fear struck her that Sybil was going into hysterics because Victoria's engagement recalled her own disappointment.
hysteric hys·ter·ic (hĭ-stěr'ĭk)
A person suffering from hysteria.
hysterics A fit of uncontrollable laughing or crying.