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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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I am not so mad," answered Sancho, "but I am more peppery; but apart from all this, what has your worship to eat until I come back?
So I will," said Sancho Panza, and having cut some, he asked his master's blessing, and not without many tears on both sides, took his leave of him, and mounting Rocinante, of whom Don Quixote charged him earnestly to have as much care as of his own person, he set out for the plain, strewing at intervals the branches of broom as his master had recommended him; and so he went his way, though Don Quixote still entreated him to see him do were it only a couple of mad acts.
The jailer was right; Dantes wanted but little of being utterly mad.
Belave me, my jewel, it was Sir Pathrick that was unreasonable mad thin, and the more by token that the Frinchman kipt an wid his winking at the widdy; and the widdy she kept an wid the squazing of my flipper, as much as to say, "At him again, Sir Pathrick O'Grandison, mavourneen:" so I just ripped out wid a big oath, and says I;
Suddenly upon this scene burst the mad bull--a huge tusker, his little eyes inflamed with insane rage.
Failure but tended to further enrage the mad creature.
murmured the girl, burying her face in her hands, "he has gone mad; he has gone mad.
If these amazing experiences are real I shall go mad; if they are fanciful I am mad already.
They knew that drink--and drink with a sailor is always excessive--made them mad, but only mildly mad.
And John Harned was going mad all the time, and we did not know.
To be sure, sister," cries the squire, "you are mad, when I have brought Mr Blifil here to court her, to force her away.
Ah, my frien's," he said softly, "mebbe it mek you mad dog, dose many bites.
See, this comb, turtle shell; Bruce Anstey made it for me the week before he drank his last bottle and scattered his brave mad brains with a Colt's
So because one man dresses unlike another,' returned his angry master, glancing at himself; 'and happens to differ from other men in his carriage and manner, and to advocate a great cause which the corrupt and irreligious desert, he is to be accounted mad, is he?
There is a conviction in the air that you are mad or very nearly so.