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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Unrestrained excitement or enthusiasm; The quality of being rash and foolish; A feeling of intense anger;

Usage examples (35)
  • Poetry is a sort of divine madness
  • Lord Glistonbury remonstrated against what he termed the madness of the scheme.
  • I am glad you've told me -- yes, everything -- and I'm glad that what you call your madness is over.
  • In the face of such evidence of what they called our madness, Sir Thorn and Mrs. Brian dared not oppose our plans any longer. for more
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