demented[ dih-men-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF demented
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEMENTED
"The poor creature's demented," remarked Mrs. Belknap-Jackson pityingly.
She appeared to be demented, and sang snatches of savage songs.
But at that moment the young lady rose and ran as if demented into her castle.
They flashed up and down the brook like a pair of demented fireworks.
Ah, I see you think I am demented because I say that, but my husband is alive.
Somehow, that laugh gave me the impression that the man was demented.
The maid spoke like one demented, and, for the moment, I knew not how to answer her.
Volney has given it out that the lady is his wife and is demented.
He was very wistful and very eager, and said I must not think him a fool or demented.
"Some say that the poor lady upstairs is demented," she volunteered.