madwoman : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a woman lunatic

  • In Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre, Bertha is the madwoman locked in the attic by her husband Rochester, the simmering Englishman whose children Jane has been hired to tutor.
  • Gentlemen, she was only a part-time madwoman.
  • Because he's the madwoman in the attic the secret we don't want our kids to discover.
News & Articles

  • Joy: Shanghai Review
    A madwoman is caught up in a travesty of justice in a contemporary Greek tragedy. read more
    June 24, 2013 - The Hollywood Reporter

  • Zhang Ziyi in Philadelphia Daily News
    I was as angry as a madwoman,Zhang said. "I said, 'Are you idiots? You are well-dressed people who look like you identify with society, but you don't know what's going on on planet Earth.' It's incredible!"
  • Anne Hathaway in Glasgow Daily Record
    I have to be very, very strong, so I'm working out like a madwoman. Basically, anything Jen Garner did in Alias, expect in this film,said Anne and demonstrates an impressive karate chop she has learned since becoming Agent 99. "My...
  • Ara Guler in International Herald Tribune
    In the text on the wall next to his pictures, Guler describes the city where he was born as a "Madwoman of Chaillot" who has grown old but never neglects her appearance: "Touch this madwoman of the palace known as Istanbul anywhere you like,...

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