You shall accept him, she repeated with the insistence of a monomaniac.
"I shall not say anything," said the monomaniac, with a wonderful and peaceful face.
In the first place, he gradually became almost a monomaniac upon the question of money.
"She is a monomaniac on the subject, I should imagine," observed Albert.
The general opinion of the country had been, all along, that he was a monomaniac, attempting an impossibility.
Would not his neighbors regard him as a monomaniac or a simpleton?
Even if he is now, or was then, a monomaniac, can the deed in question be traceable to his monomania as to its real cause?
The elder girl, of about eighteen, was almost a monomaniac upon the war.
I suppose you will say I am a monomaniac at the very least; but I'm going to tell you what it is that has been slowly killing me.
"You are just a monomaniac, Rowley, my old man," said Mrs. Morgan.
monomania mon·o·ma·ni·a (mŏn'ə-mā'nē-ə, -mān'yə)
Pathological obsession with one idea or subject, as in paranoia.