The war between Emanuel, the maniacally disciplined “Rambo” of White House notoriety, and the union leadership is undisguised.
Creatures we can either neglect, to our endless guilt and horror, or maniacally promote, driving us into debt and an early grave?
Jeter chased for it madly, maniacally, refusing to let anything act as an impediment.
Why, you might ask, given how good the economy has been to you plutocrats, are you so maniacally angry?
maniacal ma·ni·a·cal (mə-nī'ə-kəl) or ma·ni·ac (mā'nē-āk')
Suggestive of or afflicted with insanity.