“Of course, this is midsummer madness,” said Sir William, as soon as we were gotten out of bearing.
He was not afflicted with the midsummer madness of his brethren at Peking.
One foolish incident, a midsummer madness, before he went to Oxford, was all he had to blush for.
I think of him as my husband again, now that this midsummer madness is over.
midsummer madness, perhaps, but a madness I hope that will hold us true friends for many and many a year to come.
"This is midsummer madness, Raoul," answered Henri, with good temper.
What form of midsummer madness lay ahead of him depended now upon the hairtrigger of impulse.
This is midsummer madness,” cried I; “and I for one will be no party to it.
Heal me of the dread head-sickness Like the midsummer madness Of foaming-mouthed quiota.
But these dreams had proved in the cold air of reality but midsummer madness.