What is Mad?
Mad definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
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KLMNOadjective, madA.der, madA.dest.
mentally disturbed; deranged; insane; demented.
enraged; greatly provoked or irritated; angry.
(of animals) abnormally furious; ferocious: a mad bull. affected with rabies; rabid: a mad dog.
extremely foolish or unwise; imprudent; irrational: a mad scheme to invade France.
wildly excited or confused; frantic: mad haste.
overcome by desire, eagerness, enthusiasm, etc.; excessively or uncontrollably fond; infatuated: He’s mad about the opera.
wildly lively and merry; enjoyably hilarious: to have a mad time at the Mardi Gras.
(of wind, storms, etc.) furious in violence: A mad gale swept across the channel.
an angry or ill-tempered period, mood, or spell: The last time he had a mad on, it lasted for days.
verb (used with object), madA.ded, madA.ding.
Archaic. to make mad.
verb (used without object), madA.ded, madA.ding.
Archaic. to be, become, or act mad.