It did indeed often turn him, for the time being, into a mad dog!
"You mean Rosalie, of gourse," he said, snapping the words like a mad dog.
They do it to people who have moles—or when they have been bitten by a mad dog.
Hand them around; blackball them; sound the alarm of mad dog.
If one of them makes a suspicious move, shoot him down like a mad dog.
No man has appeared who could say that he has seen a man live who was bitten by a mad dog.'
“Perhaps he remembers how you fooled him with the mad dog alarm,” laughed Jack.
If you do not put a mad dog to death, you will perish, and all the country with you.
He often has a sore mouth and his spit is as dangerous as that of a mad dog.
Which song do you chuse, the Dying Swan, or the Elegy on the death of a mad dog?'