To escape the madness, Indians head to Coorg, a land of lush beauty, traditional food, and—sigh—tranquility.
And Tom Cruise pens the afterword of your book, about your aborted project At the Mountains of madness.
What is truly surprising is how rarely these acts of madness occur and how powerfully most veterans preserve their humanity.
"The New York fashion scene is crazy, madness, but I love the energy," Jenner told Into the Gloss.
Wherever Bobby Keys goes, madness and hilarity are certain to follow.
One forgave him all considering this madness that had fallen upon him.
A whirlwind of madness seemed to be passing over the region.
It smells of madness to me, now I see what living demands of us.
What madness is stirring you that you should think and say such abominable things?
Wittichius, in his Methodus Simplicium, attributes to it the power of dispelling epidemic fevers and madness!
madness mad·ness (mād'nĭs)
The quality or condition of being insane.
This word is used in its proper sense in Deut. 28:34, John 10:20, 1 Cor. 14:23. It also denotes a reckless state of mind arising from various causes, as over-study (Eccl. 1:17; 2:12), blind rage (Luke 6:11), or a depraved temper (Eccl. 7:25; 9:3; 2 Pet. 2:16). David feigned madness (1 Sam. 21:13) at Gath because he "was sore afraid of Achish."