[ US /ˌɪnˈsænəti, ˌɪnˈsænɪti/ ]
[ UK /ɪnsˈænɪti/ ]
  1. relatively permanent disorder of the mind
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How To Use insanity In A Sentence

  • Phillips murdered his wife, but got off on a plea of insanity.
  • I come from a large family, too, so I know very well the insanity and craziness that goes on there.
  • Hallucigenia" hits a good cross section of themes and set pieces central to my work -- hard bitten protagonists, dark cults, insanity, gratuitous rumpy pumpy, esoteric lore, super science, monsters, and cosmic horror all tangled up in pulp-noir webbing. INTERVIEW: Laird Barron
  • Of course, there is the issue of letting sleeping dogs lie, because once you start down this path only insanity awaits, because inevitable questions arise as to what on earth chardron, nattier, parma, and Sahara actually looked like. Archive 2009-05-01
  • Her lawyer tried to plead not guilty by reason of insanity, but that was rejected.
  • And the law already punishes those found guilty of that insanity. The Sun
  • My post, while intentionally understated, is meant to provoke one to think about the insanity of "sameness" being the purpose of education. "No Child Left Behind" Is Nothing New In Albuquerque
  • Reports indicate that the public defender representing Joseph Hall, who is now 11, may pursue an insanity defense.
  • This is as common as dirt in the blogosphere and the big wide world, but it's a kind of formalized, group-oriented insanity. Making Light: Open thread 134
  • Which I suppose could cause some people to think I am certifiable, which, honestly, I probably am, but I think the insanity gives my personality the edge it needs.
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