Examples of madman in a Sentence
a celebrity being stalked by a madman
as far as I'm concerned, anyone who likes skydiving is a madman
Recent Examples of madman from the Web
The Karawara, who join us for a long lunch, remember stories their relatives told about the European madman.
Trump has always operated on a madman theory of negotiation.
Nicole Odom struggled to wrap her head around the horror: Her middle child, so joyous and sweet, slain and butchered by a madman who dumped the body parts in a Brooklyn park.
In international press coverage, Kim is often portrayed as irrational madman, more of a punchline than person, let alone a leader.
That’s a difficult balance to achieve, but Iannucci, armed with a stable of actors perfectly attuned to his madman vision, carries it off beautifully.
In a Facebook post, the activist group Resistance SF wrote: @jack breaks the rules of his own company, Twitter, to amplify a madman and endanger the world.
His words are consistent not just with the madman theory, but Trump’s broader America First agenda.
With Kanaan and Pagenaud jumping around like a couple of madmen, the distraction worked as USC's Nick Rakocevic missed his free throw attempt.
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MADMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of madman for English Language Learners
: a man who has severe mental illness : an insane man
: a man who acts in a wild and uncontrolled way
MADMAN Defined for Kids
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