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MADD

[mad]
noun
  1. Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
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Historical Examples of madd

  • She sat in the carridge as silent as a milestone, and as madd as a march Air.

    Burlesques

    William Makepeace Thackeray

  • I gazed; a madd'ning fire, a deadly chill Seized on my frame.

    Joan of Arc

    Jane Alice Sargant

  • Go to, thou art one of the madd'st wags of a citizen i' th' town: the whole company talks of thee already.

  • Madd′er-lake, a colour mixed either with oil or water, made from madder; Madd′er-wort, any plant of the Rubiace or madder family.

  • Let not your generous indignation be directed against any among us who may advise so absurd and madd'ning a measure.