mad


mad
adjective
1)

he was killed by his mad brother

Syn:
insane, out of one's mind, deranged, demented, crazed, lunatic, unbalanced, unhinged; informal crazy, mental, off one's head, round the bend; Brit.; informal barmy, crackers, barking (mad), potty, round the twist
2) informal

I'm still mad at him

Syn:
angry, furious, infuriated, enraged, fuming, incensed, beside oneself; informal livid, spare; N.Amer.; informal sore
3)

some mad scheme

Syn:
foolish, insane, stupid, lunatic, idiotic, absurd, silly, asinine, wild; informal crazy, crackpot; Brit.; informal daft
4) informal

he's mad about jazz

Syn:
passionate, fanatical, ardent, fervent, devoted to, infatuated with, in love with; informal crazy, dotty, nuts, wild, hooked on; Brit.; informal potty; N.Amer.; informal nutso
5)

it was a mad dash to get ready

Syn:
frenzied, frantic, frenetic, feverish, hysterical, wild, hectic, manic
Ant:
sane, pleased, sensible, indifferent, calm

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