You had the mad-dog colonel in his crazy uniform up against a righteous uprising with NATO jets flying overhead.
I haue an excellent balme to cure anie that is bitten with Martin mad-dog.
But as soon as the mad-dog scare started the girls were all very careful about letting Tom Jonah go off the premises.
I fear, Senor Dictator, that your pledge to see me across the frontier will not avail against that mad-dog mob.
In one glance he recognized, not a mad-dog, but an abused, frightened creature running for its life.
A braver way—like a Travis—with my boots on—my boots on—and not like a mad-dog tied to a stake.
Once in ten thousand times, at the very most, a mad-dog hue-and-cry is justified.
It was a relapse of its former distemper, that is, of the bite of the mad-dog.
Philip had sworn to die like a mad-dog before he would surrender his fortresses, but he yielded ultimately without a blow.
Many of the citizens were in a mad-dog fury because Flynn had not licked Johnson.
To stare at someone steadily and provocatively; stare someone down: Torres thought the man had challenged or ''mad-dogged'' him/He kept his stare on Hawk. It was what the gang kids called mad-dogging (1990s+ Street talk)