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    • Angry; resentful. See Synonyms at aggravated.
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mad definition

  • adjective:
    • Angry; resentful. See Synonyms at aggravated.
    • Suffering from a disorder associated with brain; crazy.
    • briefly or apparently deranged by violent sensations, feelings, or a few ideas: angry with jealousy.
    • poor restraint or reason; foolish: I was angry to have employed this lady originally.
    • Feeling or showing strong taste or enthusiasm: mad about recreations.
    • Marked by severe excitement, confusion, or agitation; frantic: a mad scramble the coach.
    • Boisterously homosexual; hilarious: had a mad time.
    • suffering from rabies; rabid.
    • Insane; crazy, mentally deranged.
    • Angry, annoyed.
    • Wildly confused or excited.
    • incredibly foolish or unwise; unreasonable; imprudent.
    • severely thinking about; crazy about; infatuated with; overcome with desire to have.
    • unusually ferocious or furious; or, rabid, affected with rabies.
    • Intensifier, indicates a large amount or top-notch of something; extremely, much or numerous.
    • Disordered in intellect; crazy; insane.
    • Excited beyond self-control and/or discipline of explanation; inflamed by violent or uncontrollable need, enthusiasm, or appetite
    • Proceeding from, or showing, madness; revealing distraction; prompted by infatuation, fury, or severe rashness.
    • Extravagant; immoderate.
    • Furious with trend, horror, or infection; -- said of lower animals; ; esp., having hydrophobia; rabid.
    • Angry; from persistence; vexed.
    • Having weakened polarity; -- put on a compass needle.
    • extremely silly
    • roused to anger
    • impacted with madness or insanity
    • marked by uncontrolled pleasure or emotion
  • verb-transitive:
    • to create or become mad; madden.
    • to help make mad or furious; to madden.
  • idiom:
    • like mad Informal Wildly; impetuously: drove like mad.
    • like mad Informal To a rigorous level or great extent: worked like angry; snowing like angry.
    • mad as a hatter Crazy; deranged.
  • adverb:
    • Intensifier; to a sizable degree; exceptionally; extremely; extremely; unbelievably.
  • verb:
    • To madden, to anger, to irritate.
  • others:
    • p. p. of made.
    • Disordered in intellect; demented; crazy; outrageous: said of individuals.
    • Furious from condition or any other cause; enraged; rabid: stated of pets: because, a mad dog; a mad bull.
    • Under the influence of some uncontrollable feeling.
    • extremely or recklessly frolicsome: said of individuals or of the acts.
    • Excited with immoderate curiosity, longing, admiration, or commitment; infatuated.
    • Proceeding from or suggesting madness; encouraged by infatuation or fury.
    • Synonyms Deranged, delirious, frenzied, raging.
    • 3 . Exasperated.
    • which will make mad or mad; distract; enrage; madden.
    • to-be mad; get angry.
    • To rage; combat madly.
    • Abbreviations of Madam.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • is angry; to go angry; to rave. See madding.
  • noun:
    • An earthworm.
    • Madness; intoxication.
    • A maggot or grub.
    • An obsolete as a type of made, past participle of prepare.
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