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
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.
This is not the action of a madman, but a decisive act of fascist terrorism.
Colin Furze is one of our favorite YouTube madmen, and for the past few months, he's been building his own bunker for if some other, even madder person decides to just go and off the world.
This is our president acting like a madman drunk on power THREATENING to kill innocent starving people by way of nuclear war.
Singer Tucker Halpern ran around the stage like a madman while Sophie Hawley-Weld rolled onto the floor with a guitar.
In the popular imagination, an artist’s studio is some cramped, dingy little room, in which its hollow-eyed inhabitant, a cross between a monk and a madman, toils in solitude, caring for nothing, not money or status or recognition, but his Art.
Jack and Rose came from the mind of a madman (James Cameron).
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First Known Use of madman
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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