mad[ mad ]SEE DEFINITION OF mad
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAD
He was so handsome and so gifted, and there were women who were mad about him.
Heaven knows what mad instinct was at the back of his brain.
But wasn't it awfully risky to keep making him mad like that?
Were they all mad—was he not standing with one foot in the penitentiary?
If it mad not been for Ben, nothing more would have been done or said about, the matter.
When the Mad Fakir arrived, they would fight and kill the infidels.
"It's the interference makes me mad," Mrs. North declared, hotly.
It's about a girl that nearly gets torn to pieces by a mad lion.
You have stolen my grandchild's heart from me; with a thousand inventions you have driven her mad!
And once or twice he has got as mad as a hen at her for smilin'.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MAD
- double talk
- without rhyme or reason