1. madness.

2. aberration of mind; abnormal state of mind; derangement; delirium.

3. alienation of the understanding.

4. irrational action or speech; raving.

Etymology: Latin dēlīrātiōn- (stem of dēlīrātiō), “folly”, equivalent to dēlīr(āre), "to be silly, literally, go out of the furrow".

[John Singer Sargent – Lady Macbeth]

I’m still trying to figure out what her dress is made of. 

Is it fish scales? Weird silk? 

Maybe it’s just made out of madness, but either way I kind of want it <_<

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