bedlam[ bed-luhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF bedlam
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You cannot get me into Bedlam, all-powerful, all-artful as you are.
Cry after cry, and answering cries, were turning the silence into a bedlam.
It was said that they meant to throw the gates of Bedlam open, and let all the madmen loose.
She swam away in the bedlam of shrieks and clattering of dishes and knives.
Say, I wonder if there's any one out in this bedlam of a night?
But what are we to say to a man who compares Dante to 'a Methodist parson in Bedlam'?
I persist—an unwelcome visitor, a bargain-hunting tourist in Bedlam.
So, day after day, he riddles the bedlam about him with his broadsides, in the hourly hope of victory.
No Mortal out of the depths of Bedlam but lives by Formulas.
Well, go on drinking and you will end in Bedlam instead of the workhouse.