maniac : Definition, Usages, News and More

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may nee ak

  • n  an insane person
  • n  a person who has an obsession with or excessive enthusiasm for something
  • s  wildly disordered
    a maniacal frenzy

  • Now they're making him out to be a homicidal, suicidal maniac.
  • Unlike Peter Parker, though, he doesn't even have enough personality as a nerd to register with anyone except Louis, a whiny, hostile ego maniac ("Meeting me was the best thing .
  • Burris is an ambitious ego-maniac with a long, if somewhat undistinguished career in public service.
News & Articles


  • Terry Francona in The Associated Press
    He's a maniac,Boston manager Terry Francona said. "He knows he can't put any weight on that foot or he'll slow himself down. Anybody that's been around him two seconds knows he'll be ready to go when the bell rings. He's pretty unique."
  • Sharon Jones in 570 News
    You see that energy, you see that drive, you see us steppin', you see me running across the stage acting like a maniac,Jones said during an interview in her trailer shortly before the band's performance Saturday at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts...
  • Lauren Bacall in News24
    Tom had taken off for Penelope Cruz or some goddamn thing - one of his more ridiculous moves. Tom Cruise is a maniac. I can't understand the way he conducts his life,Bacall told Elle magazine.

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