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Adjective
Not having a sound state of mind
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“In his mad and insane mind, he believed he was a deity put on this earth to rule over mankind.”
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Very angry
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“I got kind of mad at Tracy because she really wasn't taking my enraged rants very seriously.”
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Very enthusiastic about someone or something
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“From an early age, he was mad about football and wanted to play it professionally.”
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Displaying a lack of sensibleness or judgment
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“Alex has many mad ideas on how to make a quick buck.”
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Very exciting
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“He ran to give his mother the good news in a mad fit of excitement.”
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(of a person's state of mind) Behaving in a foolish way
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Pertaining to sophists
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Under a spell
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Involving physical conflict, or having a propensity to use physical force
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Evil, fiendish, devilish or diabolical
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Feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement
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Cheerful and lively
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Causing emotion, excitement, and enthusiasm
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Adverb
(slang, intensifier) To a large degree
“Justin's new single is mad groovy.”
Adverb
To an extreme degree
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Verb
(colloquial, archaic) To cause to become angry
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“The music of Michael Bolton has a tendency to mad me. Let it sound no more!”
Noun
(informal, slang) A feeling of great displeasure or anger
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“My girlfriend has got a bit of a mad on right now.”
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