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Meanings for mad

angry or furious

huffy, mad, sore(adj)

roused to anger

"stayed huffy a good while"- Mark Twain; "she gets mad when you wake her up so early"; "mad at his friend"; "sore over a remark"

brainsick, crazy, demented, disturbed, mad, sick, unbalanced, unhinged(adj)

affected with madness or insanity

"a man who had gone mad"

delirious, excited, frantic, mad, unrestrained(adj)

marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion

"a crowd of delirious baseball fans"; "something frantic in their gaiety"; "a mad whirl of pleasure"

harebrained, insane, mad(adj)

very foolish

"harebrained ideas"; "took insane risks behind the wheel"; "a completely mad scheme to build a bridge between two mountains"

feeling or showing anger

the constant harassment from telemarketers finally made her good and mad

having or showing a very abnormal or sick state of mind

the man who thinks he's been turned into a bug is clearly mad

marked by great and often stressful excitement or activity

a mad rush to finish the shopping before Christmas

showing or marked by a lack of good sense or judgment

her mad decision to quit a good job and run off to the big city with a man she barely knew

an intense emotional state of displeasure with someone or something

watch out, the boss has got a bit of a mad on just now

to make angry

her endless excuses for not doing the work madded her overburdened coworkers

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Example Sentences of mad

She is mad at me.

Tom is mad at me.

Tom got mad at me.

Tom must be mad at me.

Why are you mad at me?

I was never mad at you.

Is Tom still mad at me?

Are you really not mad at me?

I thought you were mad at Tom.

I think Tom might be mad at me.

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Synonyms for mad

thin skinned huffy unhinged delirious raw sick disturbed feisty insane harebrained unbalanced brainsick demented tender excited afflictive frantic unrestrained crazy sore sensitive painful touchy nauseous wan disgusted gaga imbalanced macabre pallid sick of(p) grisly disquieted half baked maladjusted softheaded gruesome dotty grim sickish worried nauseated sick(p) fed up(p) wild pale upset screwball ghastly ill queasy distressed tired of(p) aroused hallucinating emotional frenetic phrenetic activated worked up frenzied hella helluv wickedAdverb kinda helluvEtymology 2 furious lunatic infuriated maniacal rabid distracted crazed enraged raging violent angry exasperated provoked incensed in a passion pissed madman loca nuts hatter fool beef irate cow anger fou livid cows psycho angered apoplectic ballistic cheesed off choleric foaming fuming hopping horn mad hot indignant inflamed enflamed infuriate ireful outraged rankled riled riley roiled shirty steamed up steaming teed off ticked wrathful wroth balmy barmy bats batty bedlam bonkers bughouse certifiable crackbrained cracked crackers crackpot cranky cuckoo daffy daft deranged fruity haywire kooky kookie loco loony looney loony tunes looney tunes maniac mental meshuga meshugge moonstruck non compos mentis nutty psychotic scatty screwy unsound wacko whacko wacky whacky wud ferocious feverish fierce absurd asinine brainless bubbleheaded cockeyed dippy fatuous featherheaded foolish half witted inept jerky lunkheaded nonsensical preposterous sappy senseless silly simpleminded stupid tomfool unwise weak minded witless zany angriness birse choler furor fury indignation irateness ire lividity lividness madness mood outrage rage spleen wrath wrathfulness enrage incense inflame enflame madden rankle rile roil steam up tick off

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Mad in different languages

  • مجنونArabic
  • fuloret, fumet, sot, foll, kounnaretBreton
  • boja boig Catalan
  • šílený Czech
  • gal vred skør vanvittig sindssyg Danish
  • sauer toll böse verrückt wahnsinnig geisteskrank irre German
  • φρενοβλαβής τρελός παράφρονας μανιακός έξαλλος λυσσασμένος εξοργισμένος Greek
  • freneza Esperanto
  • enfadado trastornado enojado loco Spanish
  • دیوانه Persian
  • hullu vihainen mieletön Finnish
  • svakur, ørur, óðurFaeroese
  • fou en colère fâchée fâché folle French
  • às a chiall, às a ciallScots Gaelic
  • meecheeallaghManx
  • पागल Hindi
  • őrült Hungarian
  • գիժ խենթ Armenian
  • gusar gila Indonesian
  • folaEsperanto
  • ær Icelandic
  • pazzo folle matto insano Italian
  • 狂しい, 頭がおかしい, 気が狂ったJapanese
  • edan
  • 미친Korean
  • توره‌ تۆراو عادز Kurdish
  • traks ārprātīgs vājprātīgs Latvian
  • gila Malay
  • waanzinnig kwaad zot gek boos Dutch
  • sprø gal sint sinna olm Norwegian
  • szalony Polish
  • لېونی, لېویىPashto
  • bravo irado nervoso louco maluco Portuguese
  • безумный душевнобольной бешеный невменяемый сумасшедший Russian
  • iscassiadu, maccuSardinian
  • ludSerbo
  • marrë Albanian
  • vansinnig galen Swedish
  • บ้าคลั่ง, วิกลจริต, บ้าThai
  • deli Turkish
  • پاگلUrdu
  • cuồng điên Vietnamese
  • lienetikVolapuk
  • Chinese

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