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I sent him a checking-in text 2 weeks ago, just to see how he was doing in all the madness.

Trying to assign it a logical route may be the real act of madness.

They barricaded the door, turned off the lights, and hid under a table—in silence—for two and a half hours and listened to the madness outside.

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Instead they gathered their loved ones to celebrate surviving the madness and say good riddance to a year full of constant struggle.

The specific algorithm powering the madness came from a 2019 research paper that allows a user to animate a photo of one person’s face with a video of someone else’s.

Trying to fine-tune all that to a desired end is not only a form of madness but doomed to failure.

But the events provoking this madness are absolutely current.

So in the vein of March Madness, here are my picks for the Final Four of the 2014 GOP championship of crazy.

If the U.S. does nothing, the Arab world will continue its slide into sectarian bigotry, political repression, and madness.

The madness officially begins tomorrow: a week of fashion, partying, and celebrities on the front row.

They joined in bands of youths and maidens and whirled down the Avenue in Bacchic madness.

The hotel-keepers thought I was the American tourist overtaken by that final madness they had always anticipated.

Cards, however, I regard as a passing madness; it merely means that even yet we have not enough to do.

But Jack was at that day a reckless fellow, and he lived to be passionately sorry for his splenetic madness.

Even her father's well-known madness for things of art could scarcely atone to his child for this indignity.


On this page you'll find 54 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to madness, such as: absurdity, craziness, delusion, foolishness, hysteria, and lunacy.

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