Examples of madden in a Sentence
the endless swarms of mosquitoes all but maddened the explorers
her perpetual tardiness maddened her friends to no end
Recent Examples of madden from the Web
Authorized by the Legislature and designed to tread lightly on the spring-fed river, the $1.6 billion Wekiva Parkway has been decried as a pipeline for sprawl and celebrated as a savior from maddening traffic.
Defensively, the Lions’ inability to stop the run was maddening in the second half of the season, though Austin did well to compensate for a lack of pass rush by mixing up blitz calls and using a variety of players in different roles.
The man can be everything from maddening to enlightening to instigating to dominating.
The zigzag was maddening to Republicans, but not surprising.
No wonder his final role in this play is as a maddened King Lear – played in whiteface.
But the Flyers’ inconsistency over the last two seasons has been maddening.
During games, there were foolish decisions on the base paths and in the outfield that maddened fans and the front office alike. Hamstring issues reduced Puig's playing time and production the last two years.
This was the exact, maddening kryptonite waiting to torment these Aztecs.
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First Known Use of madden
get one's goat, rub the wrong way;
MADDEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of madden for English Language Learners
: to make (someone) angry
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