madder : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n Eurasian herb having small yellow flowers and red roots formerly an important source of the dye alizarin
- v color a moderate to strong red
- s roused to anger
- s affected with madness or insanity
- s marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion
- s very foolish
- At the time, most artists used rose madder--a pigment--in their oils, but in Easter, 1954, Borduas inexplicably uses it directly and scatters it all over the canvas.
- He was getting madder madder at Lyons.
- Short Takes B O O K S THE ROYAL PHYSICIAN'S VISIT Per Olov Enquist Christian VII, King of Denmark in the latter half of the 18th century, was madder than a host of Hamlets.
News & Articles
- AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL: Bacon guts out a win
FARMINGTON -- A lot of things combined to get Madison pitcher Taylor Bacon madder by the second on Wednesday night. That was very good news for Madison.
July 4, 2013 - Kennebec Journal
- President Bush in USA Today
If he was treated that way because of his ethnicity, that will make me madder than heck,Bush said.
- Carl Edwards in Denver Post
It was not a one-day deal,Edwards said. "It wasn't just Sunday's on-track incident where I bumped into Matt and he bumped into me harder and I got madder all day. You know, as a team, we need to do a better job working together. I've won...
- Chris Richard in SI.com
We lost. There's nothing we can do,forward Chris Richard said. "The madder we get, the more upset we get, it won't change anything. It's basically just look past it and learn from our mistakes and come in with better focus."