Sentence for mad | Use mad in a sentence

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  • She had been mad! (8)
  • She must have been mad! (8)
  • Is he mad? (10)
  • Are you mad? (8)
  • And it is I who drive him mad! (10)
  • Had he gone mad? (8)
  • He thinks you mad. (10)
  • You are a mad fool. (10)
  • Your friend is mad. (10)
  • Some do call me mad. (10)
  • Last night I was mad. (22)
  • Whether he is not mad. (10)
  • Was he really going mad? (8)
  • He thought it a mad fancy. (8)
  • Rhoda now thought her mad. (22)
  • Treat her as mad, to soothe him. (10)
  • Deuced methodical, I admit, but mad. (10)
  • If he sees cruelty, he goes almost mad. (8)
  • The Piedmontese are mad for the signal. (10)
  • I prefer to let Antonio-Pericles go mad. (10)
  • Tor looked up at me as if I had gone mad. (8)
  • Are they mad with some absurd country pride? (10)
  • Are they mad with some absurd country pride? (22)
  • What they expect of you makes you crazy mad. (12)
  • If he could kiss them, would he not go nearly mad? (8)
  • She had the sort of eye I fancy mad persons have. (10)
  • She must wait a moment, or he would think her mad. (4)
  • The touch of her hand had driven him utterly mad. (12)
  • I went like a bullet: I cannot describe it; I was mad. (10)
  • Very few men spare a woman when the mad fit is on her. (10)
  • It was crazy to stay there listening to this mad fellow. (8)
  • But he was conscious of a mad desire to clutch her to him. (8)
  • I always thought I did, when I was dancing like mad to hell. (10)
  • One of them told King George that he believed Wolfe was mad. (19)
  • That would indeed be madness greater than that of a mad world! (8)
  • He considered Shrapnel mad and Beauchamp mad. (10)
  • That makes him mad and more determined than ever to get his way. (8)
  • What could she have seen in that fellow Bosinney to send her mad? (8)
  • Tomorrow I die, and if I am mad now, what sort of a curse is that? (10)
  • Come in and give me tears, if you can; I am half mad for the want of them. (10)
  • Irritation at the mad ravishment of his pill-box rendered him incredulous. (10)
  • But some fate in this mad world brought me under the influence of Eva Sorel. (12)
  • He strung himself for a mad gallop of wrath, gave her a shudder, and relapsed. (10)
  • I fancied she must have gone mad, and an interrogative frown was my sole answer. (10)
  • Mrs. Lovell makes men mad and happy, and Rhoda makes them sensible and miserable. (10)
  • She must be mad to tempt such weather: she was very giddy; she was never at rest. (10)
  • It seemeth mad to quit the Olympian couch, Which bade our public gobble or reject. (10)
  • Battista and his wife had to fling themselves on him and gag him, guessing him as mad. (10)
  • Sane in so mad a world, a man is your flabby citizen among outlaws, good for plucking. (10)
  • Fifty green horses, I remember, broke from their stalls and ran mad through the streets. (21)
  • The mad Englishman accomplished the miracle of making her listen, and appear to consent. (10)
  • His behaviour was mad; they are all mad over in this country, I believe. (10)
  • Water drips from the apparatus and his mad flight seems impossible of safe accomplishment. (21)
  • He is for ever in some mad excess of his fancy, and what he will come to at last heaven only knows! (10)
  • That is to say, his mad fancy reverted from the lady of perhaps thirty-five to the lady of seventy. (10)
  • Gentlemen moderately aged are mad enough to slip their heads under any yoke, but see the obstruction. (10)
  • And he is at times a mad Bull: a foaming, lashing, trampling, horn-driving, excessive, very parlous Bull. (10)
  • Having done so, they rushed ahead to the ensuing hour with the mad precipitation of pantomimic machinery. (10)
  • He swept on in a flood, uttered mad things, foolish things, and things of an insight electrifying to her. (10)
  • Not a forest mad with fire Could still their teeth, or warm their bones, Or loose them from their chilly coils. (10)
  • Only her misfortune was to have a furiously jealous husband, and they say he went mad after hearing the verdict. (10)
  • But I wish I knew who he is, or what he alludes to, provided he is not mad, which I begin to think not improbable. (6)
  • She looked instinctively at Lady Russell; but not from any mad idea of her recognising him so soon as she did herself. (4)
  • He has some paltry appointment, or is mad after some ridiculous idea of his own, and everything must be sacrificed to it! (10)
  • Rose made a noise about the encounter, and Laxley was eager for his opportunity, which he saw in the proposed mad gallop. (10)
  • As she became sacreder and doubly precious to him, the less would he venture to thwart her, though he should think her mad. (10)
  • I have long desired to meet you; and we have little society here, we are desperate with loneliness, half mad with our whims. (10)
  • When he heard that you were going to leave Milan for Baveno, he was mad, and with two fists up, against all English persons. (10)
  • She would be off with us on one of her whirling cyclones or elemental mad waltzes, if a step were taken to the lecturing-desk. (10)
  • Say a petulant princess, a star of beauty, mad for me, and the whisper of our passion and sorrows traversing the flushed world! (10)
  • Surely they would be better off under the protection of the powerful mother country than to pursue the mad career of independence. (18)
  • Mad is not quite the word, but something is loosened, is rattling round in them, they have lost proportion, they are being forced in one direction. (8)

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