[ UK /mˈædənd/ ]
  1. marked by extreme anger
    infuriated onlookers charged the police who were beating the boy
    a furious scowl
    furious about the accident
    could not control the maddened crowd
    the enraged bull attached
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How To Use maddened In A Sentence

  • But everybody else had gone to "cockatoo" -- to sit on the top rail of the enclosure and look down at the maddened creatures, so at length he fastened his bridle to a tree and proceeded gingerly to follow their example. Seven Little Australians
  • Maddened by captivity, he became aware that his only escape lay in imitating his human jailers. Times, Sunday Times
  • The dragon pitched to the ground, injured and maddened by the hail of darts that kept piercing it, relentlessly.
  • JunoFest organizers have been busy like honey maddened bees labouring to bring you, faithful reader, the music you deserve.
  • His eyes dropped from her blue eyes to her lips, and the sight of the stain maddened him. Chapter 11
  • It maddened her tremendously that they should all be mockingly jealous of Earl Mowbray's betrothed.
  • The air around them howled and screeched, twirling around like a maddened whirlpool.
  • They were animals; maddened beasts with mischief on their minds.
  • could not control the maddened crowd
  • Almost every hour of my deck-watches I listen to this infernal din, and am maddened into desire to join with Mr. Pike in a night attack and put these rebellious and inharmonious slaves to work. CHAPTER XLIII
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