mad

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • He often gets mad when his family does not come and visit him.
  • But without his help, she lost control of those powers and went mad.
  • He has joined the writing staff of the final season of Mad Men.
  • We have feelings for each other, which is why we get so mad at each other.
  • Even if they're mad at you, it's better than nothing.
  • Within a few weeks, the band changed its name to Mad Season.
  • Mad magazine has featured the character in almost a dozen stories.
  • And then he see how it was, and he was the maddest man. Cited from Initial Studies in American Letters, by Henry A. Beers
  • After several live shows, they changed their name to Mad Season.
  • I didn't want him to be mad at me, but he was so grown up about it.
  • He was the maddest man in love, they said, that ever lived. Cited from The Doctor's Daughter, by "Vera"
  • He then asked if anyone else was mad at him.
  • Eventually the locals began to get mad at each other and violence began.
  • Martin had already left Mad due to a business dispute months earlier.
  • Mad Money has yet to be seen on the channel.
  • During their first public appearance they met DJ Mad, who immediately joined the group.
  • MAD divided potential nuclear war into two stages: first strike and second strike.
  • We would buy Mad every month, but about two weeks later we would get anxious for new material.
  • The Mad River flows through the town, providing great views all year round.
  • A few days ago you and I were the maddest people in England. Cited from The Ball and The Cross, by G.K. Chesterton
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