Examples of madcap in a Sentence
a madcap scheme to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel
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The movie’s sense of moment-to-moment chaos — madcap scenes of bellowing, falling, tumbling and general agitating — is scarcely accidental.
When the infant escapes from the less-than-doting Edna, the ride becomes a madcap race by the Incredibles to capture Jack-Jack.
Surely the 30 minutes to come will more closely resemble the madcap first five minutes of the game than the sometimes sloppy next 85.
With a few madcap ideas and a song in their heart, the Teen Titans head to Tinsel Town, certain to pull off their dream.
The chapters are just long enough to include a madcap anecdote or two—Mr.
Williams' words are interwoven with footage of his madcap stand-up performances, home videos and comments from his son, Zak Williams, and famous friends.
This isn’t meant to be a tense narrative, just madcap cleverness for its own sake.
Arriving in New York in 2012, Mr. Bowien received acclaim for his madcap menu—and for his equally audacious fashion sense.
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MADCAP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of madcap for English Language Learners
: very foolish or silly
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