madden

Part of speech: verb

To drive or become mad; enrage.

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Usage examples "madden":

  1. It was a sarcasm calculated to madden the proud man who, only a few minutes before, had designated the object of it by the sacred name of wife. - "The Mayor's Wife", Anna Katherine Green.
  2. And Terry, because no words would come, put her head back and laughed in a way that, as she knew perfectly well, would madden him. - "Man to Man", Jackson Gregory.
  3. I have heard all about it; and I would ask you to remember that it is not Mr. Maxwell's fault that Peggy Madden was evicted, but the fault of his master. - "Mrs. Geoffrey", Duchess.