And to state the obvious, Gosnell's madhouse was not what I was marching for.
madhouse went bust last year; the company was reportedly bought by a new owner around the time the label came to light.
Before long, it was a madhouse—both literally and figuratively.
The backstage area of a fashion show is almost always a madhouse.
Not so long before, executions had been popular entertainment and trips to a madhouse were like going to the circus.
He thought that people might shut him up in a madhouse if he told them that he could not recollect his own name.
She jolly near drove as fine a fellow as ever lived into a madhouse.
You will either tell me what I want to know, or, Miss Hardwick will go to the madhouse or the grave.
The point of view can turn three walls and a door into a madhouse.
The awful humiliation of it unseated Robert Dale Owen's reason, and he died in the madhouse.
A scene of confusion: a madhouse at the grocery store