Protest all you want about giving someone else a chance, but that maniacal laugh alone deserves its own little trophy.
You've been quoted as saying you were a "thug" when you were younger and that your behavior was "maniacal."
Dick Cheney was maniacal in his debate preparation, and it showed.
His bland take on the icon is nothing like his maniacal turns in American Psycho or The Fighter.
The low pay, the poor lights, the fleabag hotels, the maniacal fans, the hopelessness of it all.
A maniacal patient wore on her head a tent of newspaper to keep the devil from coming through the ceiling and attacking her.
He had seized the handle, and he was pulling at it frenziedly with a maniacal strength.
But his servants knew when anything weighed upon his spirits, by his fierce, short, maniacal temper.
She broke away, clawing his face, screaming her maniacal cry.
The dwarf, now aroused to maniacal fury by the persistance in my refusal, slowly approached me to carry his threat into execution.
maniacal ma·ni·a·cal (mə-nī'ə-kəl) or ma·ni·ac (mā'nē-āk')
Suggestive of or afflicted with insanity.