Examples of madhouse in a Sentence
The stadium was a madhouse when the team won the championship.
it was hard to believe that this place with the bright cheery walls was really a madhouse
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In the moments after a president gives the State of the Union, Statuary Hall becomes a carnivalesque madhouse.
Weaving through game-day foot traffic in a madhouse of a parking lot, the family goes undetected.
Airport Attendant Estimated pay: About $11.50 per hour During the holidays, airports become overcrowded, stressful madhouses teeming with frustration, long lines, impatient travelers and, of course, screaming children.
German films of the 1920s were classic instances: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari takes place in a madhouse; in Variety murderous jealousy rages in a high-wire act.
By the time owner Robert Kraft brought out the latest Lombardi Trophy and the fifth championship banner was unveiled the place was a madhouse.
German films of the 1920s were classic instances: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari takes place in a madhouse
Hunter's moon and Harvest moon, and the red madhouse of The Shoe, or Nebraska, or Wisconsin.
This was a goalie accustomed to New York pressure, accustomed to standing at one end of the Madison Square Garden madhouse and staring elimination in the eye.
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