Thesaurus / monomaniac

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Tradition has decided that only half of humanity shall be monomaniac.

His great wealth had clearly turned his brain, and made him a monomaniac.

The Doings Of Raffles HawArthur Conan Doyle

Forthwith his natural suspicion leaped up, and the cunning of the monomaniac was upon him.

Old man Fontenelle is almost a monomaniac on the subject of the lost charter.

Mr. Balfour's refusal is common knowledge, except to the monomaniac with his complex.

A Straight DealOwen Wister

"But your position is magnificent," exclaimed this monomaniac, quite forgetting the son whose despair might end in suicide.

PrideEugne Sue

In the first place, he gradually became almost a monomaniac upon the question of money.

SwiftLeslie Stephen

Then he told of the monomaniac's visit to the telegraph station, and of the acute stage which his malady had reached.

Eleven Possible CasesFrank R. Stockton

L——, a monomaniac,' says Moreau of Tours, 'put an end to his life at the age of thirty.

I suppose you will say I am a monomaniac at the very least; but I'm going to tell you what it is that has been slowly killing me.

Old Friends and NewSarah Orne Jewett

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