madness[ mad-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF madness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MADNESS
He dashed the paper to the ground, and gave himself up to his madness.
What was it—madness, a nightmare, or a trap into which he had been decoyed with fiendish artfulness?
Do not think that I write this in madness or in fever or excitement.
It was madness to come to Lourdes when one was in such a condition.
A whirlwind of madness seemed to be passing over the region.
When I ask you to pass out at that door, tell me it is madness and remain here.
What madness is stirring you that you should think and say such abominable things?
The head and front of my madness have this extent,--no more.
For what else is madness than for a man to be out of his wits?
Besides, the more perfect and true his love is, the more pleasant is his madness.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MADNESS
- blow a fuse
- blow one's cork
- blow one's stack
- blow one's top
- flip one's lid
- hell broke loose