Sentence for mad | Use mad in a sentence

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  • Mad with alarm, he tried every spot for an aperture. (10)
  • A little more and we shall have a mad dog in the fellow. (10)
  • Abjure it, or you make no way with this mad thing. (10)
  • And it is I who drive him mad! (10)
  • Are they mad with some absurd country pride? (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)
  • Away went fox, and a mad chase began. (10)
  • Bring her, and should you see the mad captain who behaves so oddly, favour him with a ride. (10)
  • But he was conscious of a mad desire to clutch her to him. (8)
  • But there are such things as mad dogs. (10)
  • Come in and give me tears, if you can; I am half mad for the want of them. (10)
  • Deuced methodical, I admit, but mad. (10)
  • Even my husband was not so mad about his painting when we lived at home. (8)
  • For a moment he thought that he must give her up, give up a love that would drive him mad. (8)
  • Having done so, they rushed ahead to the ensuing hour with the mad precipitation of pantomimic machinery. (10)
  • He considered Shrapnel mad and Beauchamp mad. (10)
  • He is for ever in some mad excess of his fancy, and what he will come to at last heaven only knows! (10)
  • He must have been mad to think he could give me the slip like that. (8)
  • He must surely have heard of it since and given up his mad idea! (8)
  • He seems a nice lad of about two and twenty, mad for literature; and he must have talent. (10)
  • He sprang up and paced the room, and for a moment thought he would go mad. (8)
  • He thought it a mad fancy. (8)
  • He whistled mad waltzes to the measure of the wheels. (10)
  • His mad self-deceit would not leave him. (10)
  • His behaviour was mad; they are all mad over in this country, I believe. (10)
  • I beg of you, sir, not to drive me 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)
  • I must have been mad. (8)
  • I must tell you this: If you do this mad thing, you fend for yourself. (8)
  • I was mad with joy; and so delighted to have made a friend. (10)
  • I went like a bullet: I cannot describe it; I was mad. (10)
  • If he could kiss them, would he not go nearly mad? (8)
  • Is it really true that you are going to mix yourself up in this mad Italian business again? (10)
  • It was mad, Captain Dancy, mad! (8)
  • It was crazy to stay there listening to this mad fellow. (8)
  • Jarette in accordance with the terms of the mad wager. (1)
  • Last night I was mad. (10)
  • Not so mad as the conclusion Dancy jumped to when he lighted on my balcony. (8)
  • Only her misfortune was to have a furiously jealous husband, and they say he went mad after hearing the verdict. (10)
  • People would think him mad. (8)
  • Romfrey appeared impregnable, and Beauchamp mad. (10)
  • Sane in so mad a world, a man is your flabby citizen among outlaws, good for plucking. (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)
  • She had the sort of eye I fancy mad persons have. (10)
  • She looked instinctively at Lady Russell; but not from any mad idea of her recognising him so soon as she did herself. (4)
  • She must have been mad! (8)
  • 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)
  • So they may till a tradesman sent stark mad pops a pin into him. (10)
  • Some do call me mad. (10)
  • That is to say, his mad fancy reverted from the lady of perhaps thirty-five to the lady of seventy. (10)
  • That would indeed be madness greater than that of a mad world! (8)
  • The mad Englishman accomplished the miracle of making her listen, and appear to consent. (10)
  • The thought of losing her made me mad. (10)
  • The very things awakening a mad suspicion proved her innocence. (10)
  • Tomorrow I die, and if I am mad now, what sort of a curse is that? (10)
  • Treat her as mad, to soothe him. (10)
  • Very few men spare a woman when the mad fit is on her. (10)
  • Very happily mad indeed! (10)
  • Was he really going mad? (8)
  • Women are never quite so mad in sentimentalism as men. (10)
  • Women must be mad, to provoke such a warning; and the majority of them submissively show their good sense. (10)

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