Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Midway in them, they met a rider, riding at the maddest gallop.

Remember that you are dealing with the cleverest and maddest brain we know of to-day.

A difference that in my maddest dreams I could never have hoped for.

It was a shriek as of one in the maddest agony, and lasted for some seconds.

Oh, I know it is the wildest, maddest, most unpardonable thing I am saying to you.

Now I do not wish to show Hamlet at his maddest: but mad he must be shown, or he is no Hamlet at all.

Both of 'em acted like they were mad at each other, but Fairchild seemed to be the maddest.

Art thou the malignest of Sansculottists, or only the maddest?

What gave him those long hours of dejection, following the maddest gaiety?

He is, on the whole, quite the maddest—and perhaps the most despicable—of the lot.