Madman in a sentence

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Definition of Madman

  • A man who is mad; lunatic; a crazy person.
  • an insane person

How to use madman in a sentence. Madman pronunciation.

The other madman was in the next room.
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If a Man talks to them of leaving the Plays, they wonder what he means, and are ready to take him for a Madman.
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Emmeline, frenzied by the certainty that her own house was on fire, began to cry aloud for her child, and Mumford rushed like a madman through the garden.
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The camp becomes a vast madhouse, with the peculiar feature that the madmen are at large.
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That night the persecutor was attacked by a dreadful disease in the bowels, which so distressed him that he roared like a madman; and his friends, which is too often the case with the heathen, left him to suffer and die alone.
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But forasmuch as the strength or weakness of a fortress is always measured by the estimate and counterpoise of the forces that attack it -for a man might reasonably enough despise two culverins, that would be a madman to abide a battery of thirty pieces of cannon-where also the greatness of the prince who is master of the field, his reputation, and the respect that is due unto him, are also put into the balance, there is danger that the balance be pressed too much in that direction.
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And he rolled over, leapt to his feet, and ran off like a madman.
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Oh, madman that I am to hope it, never can I reach the goal of my wishes!
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I fought like a madman, but all my skill was without effect on this occasion, and before I was aware of it, Flodoardo ripped open my bosom.
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Here goes for a pull, 'tis a madman's ride, And a broken neck if you blunder.
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Strong men must encounter bad men-so-called saints of latter days Have been mostly pious madmen, lusting after righteous praise- Or the thralls of superstition, doubtless worthy some reward, Since they came by their condition hardly of their free accord.
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No champion was found, and the Empire, the fate of which was in the hands of a madman, was cracking.
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You put sharp weapons in a madman's hands.
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Perceiving which bitter truth, beholding myself thus befooled, bubbled and tricked (and my head throbbing from the blow of Penfeather's pistol-butt) a mighty anger against him surged within me, and shaking my fists I fell to fierce curses and revilings, like any madman, until what with my aching head and lack of breath, I cast myself face down and lay there spent with my futile ravings.
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For a moment I stood leaning on my pike as one dazed, then the hateful truth of it seized me and I began to run like any madman.
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When, where, and in what desert land, Madman, wilt thou from memory raze Those feet?
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There was rather an interesting moment then, because the figure lunged at Mr. Cameron, and Mr. Cameron, stooping low and swiftly, as well as to one side, and at the same instant becoming a fighting Scot, which means a cool-eyed madman, got in one or two rather neat effects with his fists.
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And now it appeared that a lot of madmen were going to try to undo all that he had helped to do.
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Thus 'tis clear that you were great and sacred, but now you are looked upon as slaves, as fools, as Helots; stones are thrown at you as at raving madmen, even in holy places.
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Telford sprang over the gate and rushed up the slope like a madman.
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Examples of Madman

Example #1
He struck-come, and thou shalt see.
Example #2
He lured the girl here-a mad man ever.
Example #3
But I desire such would be perswaded to hear what the late A. B. Tillotson thought of these matters, (and I hope some Deference is due to his Judgment).
Example #4
A _Full_ House is the very _Life_ of the Stage, and keeps it in Countenance, whereas _thin Audiences_ would, in time, make it dwindle to nothing.
Example #5
The sight of a little crowd of people in the quiet road, the smell of burning, loud voices of excited servants, caused them to run forward in alarm.
Example #6
Scarcely was this done when Mr. and Mrs. Mumford, after a leisurely walk from the station, approached their garden gate.