- v cause to go crazy; cause to lose one's mind
- v drive up the wall; go on someone's nerves
- v make mad
- s marked by extreme anger
could not control the maddened crowd
- An enemy possessed of technologies more alien than anything that had entranced and maddened dandies of Meiji.
- The fall of Danang late in the month produced scenes of horror that appeared to foreshadow what might happen later in Saigon: panic-maddened South Vietnamese soldiers trampling .
- If, that is, the grief-maddened Ethan does not find and kill him before that happens.
News & Articles
- Top Dem wants to 'kidnap' tax foe Grover Norquist to help win new gas tax
Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform. AP Photo Maddened by the GOP's war on new taxes, a former chairman of the Democratic Party on Tuesday suggested that anti-tax champion Grover Norquist be kidnapped to quiet his activism and make it easier to pass a new gas tax.
Feb. 4, 2014 - Washington Examiner
- Isaiah Berlin in MSNBC
Isaiah Berlin wrote that Roosevelt "practised a highly personal form of government" that "must have maddened sober and responsible officials used to a slower tempo and more normal patterns of administration".
- Po Bronson in Seattle Post Intelligencer
We've become fragile by focusing on how each of us has been cheated of a perfect mythic family life,Bronson says. "Instead, we should expect those struggles and not feel so maddened just because our spouse or parents or children are...