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mad British & World English

Mentally ill; insane

MAD British & World English

Mutual assured destruction

mad English Thesaurus

he felt he was going mad

silly as a two-bob watch British & World English

Unpredictable; foolish and absurd

go mad British & World English

Allow oneself to get carried away by enthusiasm or excitement

like mad British & World English

With great intensity, energy, or enthusiasm

mad keen British & World English

Extremely enthusiastic

barking British & World English

Completely mad or demented

mad as a hatter British & World English

Completely insane; crazy

mad cow disease British & World English

Informal term for BSE.

raving British & World English

Used to emphasize a particular quality

mad as a March hare British & World English

(Of a person) completely mad or irrational; crazy

go mad in mad British & World English

Allow oneself to get carried away by enthusiasm or excitement

like mad in mad British & World English

With great intensity, energy, or enthusiasm

mad keen in mad British & World English

Extremely enthusiastic

madcap British & World English

Amusingly eccentric

go mad in mad English Thesaurus

he subsequently went mad and threw himself in front of a train

Wayne, Anthony British & World English

(1745–96), American soldier; known as Mad Anthony. A general noted for his courage and military brilliance, he is credited with saving West Point from British occupation following Benedict Arnold’s betrayal. He retired in 1783, but returned to active duty in the 1790s, defeating the Indians at the Battle of Fallen Timbers in Ohio in 1794

like mad in mad English Thesaurus

the two men turned towards me, and I ran like mad

Mad Anthony in Wayne, Anthony British & World English

(1745–96), American soldier; known as Mad Anthony. A general noted for his courage and military brilliance, he is credited with saving West Point from British occupation following Benedict Arnold’s betrayal. He retired in 1783, but returned to active duty in the 1790s, defeating the Indians at the Battle of Fallen Timbers in Ohio in 1794

silly as a two-bob watch in bob3 British & World English

Unpredictable; foolish and absurd

mad as a March hare in March hare British & World English

(Of a person) completely mad or irrational; crazy

as mad as a March hare in March hare British & World English

(Of a person) completely mad or irrational; crazy