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Mad

Antonyms for mad:

rational, sound, balanced, sane, wise, tame, valid, reasonable.

Synonyms for mad:

Sense 1

disgusted, Madding, crackers, kitsch, Sophomoric, laughable, embittered, barking mad, puerile, cockamamie, loco, fruity, aggrieved, risible, fierce, Daffy, resentful, annoyed, het up, ridiculous, potty, frustrated, wiggy, petulant, frayed, raving, bananas, bad-tempered, Feather-brained, wacky, peeved, goofy, frivolous, heated, sulky, GONZO, ridiculously, loopy, ditzy, mentally ill, over-the-top, cock-eyed, OTT, gung ho, ludicrous, pissy, flaky, miffed, loony, disgruntled, fed up, cheesy, ticked off, warped, bonkers, madcap, immature, jerky, Piqued, dippy, eccentric.

Sense 2

cockeyed, belligerent, non compos mentis, cracked, vexed, zealous, imbecilic, moronic, distraught, nonsensical, buggy, nuts, impatient, daft, put out, dizzy, screwy, bitterly, preposterous, dyspeptic, warm, violent.

Sense 3

childish, zany, disordered, silly, unsound, dopey, choleric, juvenile, sappy, ardent, idiotic, moonstruck, touched, desperate, fervent, adolescent.

Sense 4

enthusiastic, unearthly, keen.

Sense 5

mean, bitter.

Sense 7

wrong.

Sense 9

off.

Sense 11

sharp.

fanatic

fanatical.

frenzied

demonic.

furious

hot under the collar.

mentally ill

madly, manic, melancholic, confused, diminished responsibility, paranoid, bipolar, paranoiac, shell-shocked, depressed, schizophrenic.

preposterous

absurd.

yelling

Whooping.

all (adjective)

sore, huffy.

angry (adjective)

displeased, livid, Fuming, distraught, berserk, irate, resentful, exasperated, angry, enraged, excited, incensed, irritated, wrathful, pissed off, furious, wild, heated, infuriated, indignant.

crazed (adjective)

certifiable, berserk.

crazy, insane (adjective)

non compos mentis, delirious, bananas, absurd, foolish, irrational, distracted, unbalanced, nonsensical, unhinged, demented, deranged, unsound, frenetic, cuckoo, rabid, mental, psychotic, crazed, daft, kooky, nutty, frenzied, batty, frantic, ludicrous, wacky, lunatic, raving, loony, preposterous.

deranged (adjective)

nutty.

destructive (adjective)

violent.

enthusiastic; in love (adjective)

ardent, infatuated, zealous, keen, fanatical, crazy, nuts.

evil (adjective)

demonic.

foolish (adjective)

loopy, dippy, imbecilic, zany, tomfool.

frenetic (adjective)

phrenetic.

haywire (adjective)

haywire.

hot under the collar (adjective)

hot under the collar.

insane (adjective)

crazy, irrational, insane, possessed, berserk, mental, demented, delirious, psycho, brainsick, blithering, Crack-brained, crazed, frenzied, crackers, moonstruck, deranged, fruity, hysterical, psychotic, schizoid, maniacal, brain-sick, bananas, gaga, unbalanced, neurotic, schizophrenic, loco, nutty, lunatic, batty, babbling, feverish, kooky.

irritated (adjective)

peeved.

lunatic (adjective)

crackpot, lunatic, Fiendish, kooky, neurotic, nutty, psychotic, crazy.

overenthusiastic (adjective)

fanatical.

raging (adjective)

ranting.

screwy (adjective)

screwy.

softheaded (adjective)

softheaded.

uncontrolled (adjective)

frenzied.

violent (adjective)

rabid.

witless (adjective)

witless.

Sense 1 (noun)

ludicrous, ridiculous, laughable, childish, over-the-top.

Sense 2 (noun)

rabid, put out, annoyed, belligerent.

Sense 3 (noun)

choleric.

Sense 5 (noun)

cockeyed, preposterous, idiotic, dippy, jerky, zany, sappy, balmy, silly, absurd, loopy, dopey, nonsensical, moronic, tomfool, unearthly, imbecilic.

Sense 6 (noun)

ardent, gung ho, zealous, keen, fervent, enthusiastic, warm.

mad (noun)

harebrained, disturbed, insane, unbalanced, delirious, huffy, excited, angry, unrestrained, frantic, unhinged, distracted, crazy, demented, sore, foolish, brainsick, wild, sick.

mentally ill (noun)

diminished responsibility, depressed, bipolar, confused.

raging (verb)

ranting.

Usage examples for mad:

  • I'm sorry for it if it's made you mad with me." - "King Spruce, A Novel", Holman Day.
  • Did they mean to drive him mad? - "100%: The Story of a Patriot", Upton Sinclair.
  • How mad he will be! - "The Return of Tarzan", Edgar Rice Burroughs.

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