Thesaurus / madness
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How often are they branded with this epithet of madness and folly?
THE ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLYDEMOCRITUS JUNIOR
One of them was half naked and savage, with the light of madness in his eyes.
THE FIFTH-DIMENSION TUBEWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
But I could not persuade them; for the madness of desperate men was quite too hard for me.
THE LIFE OF FLAVIUS JOSEPHUSFLAVIUS JOSEPHUS
The key-note to her character is in this novel she grabbed as she hastily packed her bag—‘The Madness of May.’
THE MADNESS OF MAYMEREDITH NICHOLSON
That minute was, indeed, enough for madness to do its full work in.
VARNEY THE VAMPIRETHOMAS PRESKETT PREST
The news of the Pope's barbarous revenge drove the Romans to madness.
A HISTORY OF GERMANYBAYARD TAYLOR
No, his passions are turbulent—the madness of the moment—eager to please himself—regardless of the satisfaction of the object.
THE SYLPH, VOLUME I AND IIGEORGIANA CAVENDISH
The Administration appeared to be paralyzed under this new demonstration of the power and madness of the Seminoles.
THE EXILES OF FLORIDAJOSHUA R. GIDDINGS
I returned to —, hiding before my employers the traces of my madness, and letting them wonder how grief had changed me.
MY FRIEND SMITHTALBOT BAINES REED
These, sensual men thought mad because they would not be partakers or practisers of their madness.
DISCOVERIES MADE UPON MEN AND MATTERBEN JONSON
WORDS RELATED TO MADNESS
- dumb trick
- fool trick
- horse feathers
- hot air
- mumbo jumbo
- soft soap
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