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insane

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go mad: become insane

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  • become insane
  • go crazy
  • lose your mind
  • lose your reason
  • go off your trolley

go mad: become frenzied

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go mad: go berserk

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quickly

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roused to anger

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affected with madness or insanity

marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion

very foolish

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Unimpressed observers may think the very fact that the council has something called an "obesity scrutiny group" is all the evidence they need to show the world has gone mad.
THE expectations heaped on eircom League Champions Shelbourne have gone mad, according to Rovers boss Roddy Collins.
David Sparkes,chief executive of the Amateur Swimming Association, said: ``It's bureaucracy gone mad and it just beggars belief.
It would just be bureaucracy gone mad,' said a spokeswoman.
AFTER the French Tourist Minister's invitation to the English to descend on the World Cup without tickets this summer I can only say they must have gone mad on the other side of the Channel.
Beastie Boys announced today that they would be making the brand new track "In A World Gone Mad.
The Mirror columnist said: "It's official, the world's gone mad.
Don't these people speak to each other or is it PC gone mad again?
Apparently, the effect at home was of a magical cloud engulfing the happy winners, but in the park it looked like a paper-shredder gone mad and a nightmare for the custodial staff.
The game's gone mad and I just don't understand it.
Nevin discovers that illegal experiments have infected Plast with human consciousness, and now he must fight for survival against a world gone mad, an entire planet that is using its bio-mechanical properties to spawn enemy after enemy to destroy him.
The world has gone mad, but Harveys will be an oasis of football-free calm.
Radio is so boring anyway, you do something like this and people think you've gone mad,'' said George Johns, the Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
THE experience of a butcher who makes his own sausages was given as an example of Brussels red tape gone mad at the Tory party conference.
Mrs Davies, of Arfryn, Pentrecelyn, near Ruthin, confesses: ``It's a hobby gone mad.