2. conjectural, speculative, speculatory, postulatory; suppositional, suppositive, presumptive, notional; theoretical, academic, supposititious, drawing-board,
hysteria, n. 1. outburst, burst, eruption, explosion, flare-up; fit, seizure, convulsion, spasm, paroxysm, hysterics.
2. delirium, frenzy, madness, craze, furor, fury, SI. screaming-meemies.
hysterical, adj. 1. mad, maddened, crazed, delirious, rabid, possessed, beside oneself, carried away, foaming or frothing at the mouth, out of one's wits, irrational; raving, raging, seething, convulsive, in hysterics, distracted, wild-eyed; frantic, frenetic, frenzied, wild; berserk, uncontrollable, unrestrainable.
2. (all to an extreme degree) excitable, emotional, highly emotional, explosive, eruptive, volcanic.
3. hilarious, extremely funny, sidesplitting, screaming, Inf. too much, Inf. too much for words, Inf. too funny for words.