monomaniac[ mon-uh-mey-nee-uh, -meyn-yuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF monomaniac
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Had much study made of him a monomaniac babbling in a dream of absurdities?
"I shall not say anything," said the monomaniac, with a wonderful and peaceful face.
I am full of the fellow; a little more, and he'll make a monomaniac of me.
"She is a monomaniac on the subject, I should imagine," observed Albert.
She became a monomaniac, and of that sort of which rulers of men are made.
Would not his neighbors regard him as a monomaniac or a simpleton?
The elder girl, of about eighteen, was almost a monomaniac upon the war.
You shall accept him, she repeated with the insistence of a monomaniac.
He became a monomaniac, and worried himself to death on the ground of poverty.
"You are just a monomaniac, Rowley, my old man," said Mrs. Morgan.