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That rush and impact seemed to serve only to madden the rioters, and in an instant there was wild hand-to-hand combat.
It was enough to madden a man, unless he plunged into the immediate work of making as much noise as his neighbor.
ROBERT ANNYS: POOR PRIESTANNIE NATHAN MEYER
Hhliche spilede: Madden translates nobly diverted themselves, with the usual meaning of OE.
In this book George Madden Martin has traced the progress of a winsome little maid from the first grade to the end of high school.
The withering scorn with which she uttered these last words seemed to madden him.
You're the only innocent one here, and I will madden them all by allowing you to see it.
It was enough to madden any man who saw her, and it struck home to Riddell.
The sight of the woman he loved championing his foe seemed to madden him.
TO WIN THE LOVE HE SOUGHTE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Doctor Madden states, that, during his residence in Cuba, the number of slaves annually imported was twenty-five thousand.
Yes; it would madden me to believe otherwise; loving her so well, and her parents so well, I dare not think of a worse fate.
THE MILLIONAIRE BABYANNA KATHARINE GREEN

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