TV audiences today may recognize him as Senator Edson Davis in the demented ABC political potboiler, Scandal.
I warmed to him immediately—it was impossible not to—unless you are a demented ideologue who has lost normal human reactions.
She is the mother from hell; a demented cross between Cersei and Tywin Lannister.
He embraces her and, in a fit of demented anger and frustration, sexually assaults her against the altar of their dead son.
His demented phrenology monologue to Django all but seals it.
He was very wistful and very eager, and said I must not think him a fool or demented.
Somehow, that laugh gave me the impression that the man was demented.
Louis, as I was saying, regards the man in the romantic light of a humanitarian monomaniac or a demented food reformer.
Volney has given it out that the lady is his wife and is demented.
I vaguely recall roaming like a demented being among those solitudes in search of water, and finding a boiling spring.
demented de·ment·ed (dĭ-měn'tĭd)
Mentally ill; insane.
Suffering from dementia.
Yet another term of disgust used to describe a program. The connotation in this case is that the program works as designed, but the design is bad. Said, for example, of a program that generates large numbers of meaningless error messages, implying that it is on the brink of imminent collapse.