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The man was raving mad, and the captain was obliged to have him bound hand and foot, and chained to the mast.
A WOMAN'S JOURNEY ROUND THE WORLDIDA PFEIFFER
They starred it in the far West mostly, until her health and mind gave way, and she went raving mad on the stage, I believe.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
Vile aniseed brandy—liquid fire—was sold cheap, and many a man who began the day cool and sober ended it as a raving madman.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
You who will not wish to see her languish—suffer—go mad—Thomas, I am not the raving being you take me for.
THE CIRCULAR STUDYANNA KATHARINE GREEN
Are the raving words, the wicked thoughts of a misguided, vicious woman to be believed by those who hear them?
IN THE ONYX LOBBYCAROLYN WELLS
Mr. Rundell found him swearing and raving in a great passion, sacking men and behaving like a maniac.
THE UNDERWORLDJAMES C. WELSH
It never reaches a point of raving, is never loudly pretentious, or ferocious in tone.
OUR CHURCHES AND CHAPELSATTICUS
The aged parents trembled for their safety; while the son, raving as a madman, seemed bent on their destruction.
CHARLES DURANTHE AUTHOR OF THE WALDOS
For the rest, it is what we have attempted to characterise as poetical rant—imagination grown raving and delirious.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 67, NUMBER 414, APRIL, 1850VARIOUS
I put it to you as a sensible man,' I began; but it is a waste of time to put anything to a raving lunatic as a sensible man.
THE TALKING HORSEF. ANSTEY

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