lunacy, madness, insaneness(noun)
obsolete terms for legal insanity
rabies, hydrophobia, lyssa, madness(noun)
an acute viral disease of the nervous system of warm-blooded animals (usually transmitted by the bite of a rabid animal); rabies is fatal if the virus reaches the brain
fury, rage, madness(noun)
a feeling of intense anger
"hell hath no fury like a woman scorned"; "his face turned red with rage"
folly, foolishness, craziness, madness(noun)
the quality of being rash and foolish
"trying to drive through a blizzard is the height of folly"; "adjusting to an insane society is total foolishness"
madness, rabidity, rabidness(noun)
unrestrained excitement or enthusiasm
"poetry is a sort of divine madness"
The state of being mad; insanity; mental disease.
the condition of being mad; insanity; lunacy
frenzy; ungovernable rage; extreme folly
The Madness is a self-titled album by the British band The Madness. In 1988, after the breakup of the original Madness, four of the original members recreated the band, adding "The" to its name. Since the new band did not include a bassist or drummer, guest musicians played bass, while a drum machine was used in place of a live drummer on most tracks. Also unlike previous Madness albums, the lead vocals were almost evenly shared between Suggs and Chas Smash. They released only this one album and two singles, which were less successful than the original band releases, and The Madness disbanded by the end of the year. Madness reformed with its original members for a reunion tour in 1992 and they have remained together since. "The Madness" reached # 66 in the UK, while the singles "I Pronounce You" reached # 44 and "What's That" # 92. The album was recorded at Liquidator Studios, and mixed at The Townhouse studio in London.
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The numerical value of madness in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of madness in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of madness in a Sentence
My case is a species of madness, only that it is a derangement of the Volition, and not of the intellectual faculties.
We fear its last word will be an act of madness that could lead to the situation getting out of control because the people will not give up, if there is only force as a response, there will be tragic consequences in our country.
Too much sanity may be madness - and the maddest of all - to see life as it is, and not as it ought to be.
When the world goes mad, one must accept madness as sanity since sanity is, in the last analysis, nothing but the madness on which the whole world happens to agree.
Love is merely madness.
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- sindssyge, vanvid, galskabDanish
- Wahnsinn, VerrücktheitGerman
- παραφροσύνη, τρέλαGreek
- folie, la démenceFrench
- loucura, toleríaGalician
- trakums, ārprāts, vājprātsLatvian
- ഭ്രാന്ത്, കിറുക്ക്, വട്ട്Malayalam
- szaleństwo, obłędPolish
- loucura, insanidadePortuguese
- безумие, помеша́тельство, сумасшествиеRussian
- poremećenost, ludilo, ludostSerbo-Croatian
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