madwoman[ mad-woo m-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF madwoman
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Pascal fixed a penetrating look on the madwoman, and then on his father and uncle.
She was a stout, vigorous girl, attached especially to the service of the madwoman.
A loud cry from the madwoman, a terrified call would have sufficed.
The boy raised his eyes to the madwoman's face, and both looked at each other.
Oh, when she left his place, a few days ago, she felt like a madwoman!
But I did not listen to him; I was thinking of nothing but the madwoman, and I only saw her.
They were the eyes of a madwoman, but a madwoman with a terrible method in her madness.
I scoured and burned and scolded and bossed them all like a madwoman.
She raved like a madwoman, and called down curses on the perjured traitor.
I thought it was a jest; and so it was, wasn't it: a madwoman's jest?