[ US /ˈmædˌhaʊs/ ]
[ UK /mˈædha‍ʊs/ ]
  1. pejorative terms for an insane asylum
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How To Use madhouse In A Sentence

  • There are also many hundreds of additional words and phrases vented every day by players who find themselves in the Madhouse, most of which are not printable and certainly of no historical interest!
  • I was about 13 and I just thought, I'm in a madhouse, everybody is mad, so you do develop defences.
  • For the most part, the press now fulfill the same function for the party that kindly nurses do at the madhouse; if the guy thinks he's Napoleon, just smile affably and ask him how Waterloo's going.
  • If you get too earnest about them, you could suffer the fate of Victorian painter Richard Dadd, whose obsessively detailed paintings of fairy scenes may have been his ticket to the madhouse.
  • With four small children running around, the place is a madhouse.
  • A warm glow spread through me as I thought about him, managing so well in the madhouse.
  • ‘From there, it's a madhouse for two hours, because we are trying to get out 52 trucks without any problems,’ says Diggs.
  • The office of the Ayurveda Congress is a madhouse of activity.
  • ‘This is a madhouse in here,’ said a clearly pleased Oliver Goldesberry.
  • It's tough to find an audience for an intimate, thoughtful little movie in the summer movie madhouse, but Care isn't worried.
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