madhouse[ mad-hous ]SEE DEFINITION OF madhouse
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She jolly near drove as fine a fellow as ever lived into a madhouse.
There are only two things to be considered: the madhouse or instant flight.
The point of view can turn three walls and a door into a madhouse.
Nor was that poor innocent woman, his mother, who died in the madhouse.
The madhouse yawns for the person who always does the proper thing.
Thirty-six years in a madhouse, that some young fools might have some fun!
An this be madness, mistress, then is her Majesty's whole court a madhouse.
I must either sign whatever was given to sign, or be sent to a madhouse.
Escaped from their imprisonment, they rush to and fro, like maniacs let out of a madhouse.
New York was a madhouse worse than any carnival Charley had ever seen.