maniac[ mey-nee-ak ]SEE DEFINITION OF maniac
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If it were not for Kirsty, I should be in my grave, or wandering the earth a maniac.
Blinded with rage, he had begun beating about the room like a maniac.
Aside from his god Science he was a maniac—inhuman, cruel, unreasoning.
I dragged her down to the sea with the strength of a maniac and sprang in.
Her hair fell from its knot, and her eyes began to blaze like the eyes of a maniac.
He was standing over the form of the maniac, rigid and menacing.
Meantime, at first, the maniac made a great deal of noise in the lodge.
Frank had listened to all this, and he noted that Gage actually seemed like a maniac.
Just as I am affected by the maniac, so I am affected by most modern thinkers.
It grew intolerable—intolerable; he was beaten, mocked, and almost a maniac.