brainsick


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Synonyms for brainsick

Synonyms for brainsick

affected with madness or insanity

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Experts opined that political leadership has gone brainsick, and they are throwing absolutely un-doable ideas of no match in the whole world.
"The political leadership of the country has gone brainsick, and they are throwing absolutely undoable ideas of no match in the whole world.
What begins as a story of hope for Jian Wan becomes a heart-wrenching search for identity in a violent and rapidly changing world, as he comes to envision China "in the form of an old hag so decrepit and brainsick that she would devour her children to sustain herself."
And you, my lord, whose reconciled son Marched in a net, and thought himself unseen, And rated me for brainsick lunacy, With 'God amend that mad Hieronimo!'-- How can you brook our play's catastrophe?
"Let's follow the old earl, and get the bedlam/To lead him where he would ..." (King Lear III, 7, 103); "The country gives me proof and precedent/Of bedlam beggars who with roaring voices/Strike in their numb'd and mortify'd bare arms/Pins, wooden pricks" (Shakespeare) (DEL); "art thou bedlam?" (Henry V, V, 1, 20), "the bedlam brainsick duchess" (second part of Henry VI, III, 1, 51), "a bedlam and ambitious humour" (second part of Henry VI, V, 1, 132) (SL).