[ mad-man, -muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF madmen
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Evidently it was amusing, because they began to laugh loudly like a couple of madmen.

It was said that they meant to throw the gates of Bedlam open, and let all the madmen loose.

Four or five of these madmen villains—what need had they of weapons?

Nay, he said, if madness be forbidden, neither may they copy the behaviour of madmen.

Will she join these madmen in their wild thirst for vengeance?

To leave these madmen at large would be more dangerous still.

We are sure we were not more than twenty to combat all these madmen.

That is not the way in which priests, madmen, or idealists talk in Ireland.

The dispute grew warm, they came to blows, and fought like madmen.

When he had brought his speech to an end, the crowd behaved like a gathering of madmen.