Thesaurus / madhouse

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In the night they were all taken with hallucinations, so that the pious convent was like a madhouse.

A madhouse is the place for the man who wants to live ou'doors in the winter time; the poor-farm is too good for him.

The Village Watch-Tower(AKA Kate Douglas Riggs) Kate Douglas Wiggin

Every retail shop turned into a madhouse with the inmates all running wild.

Ladies and Gentlemen Irvin S. (Irvin Shrewsbury) Cobb

We must release Padovini from the madhouse,” he said, “and put Manin in his place.

Builders of United ItalyRupert Sargent Holland

Its records read like those of a madhouse where religious maniacs have broken loose and locked up their keepers.

Had they once removed me from Vienna, I should certainly have pined away my life in a madhouse.

I shall either be in my grave or a madhouse, so it won't concern me.

This was used as a madhouse at a time well remembered by some of the villagers.

Farmer hauled himself upright, hoping to approach Ray, calm him, and get him to figure a way out of this madhouse.

I will die happy in your madhouse, only because I know what I know.

The Ball and The CrossG.K. Chesterton

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