1 The sight of the splintered boat seemed to madden him, as the blood of grapes and mulberries cast before Antiochus's elephants in the book of Maccabees.
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2 Cease to madden me and thyself alike with plaints.
3 No bitter meanness now shall sicken his baby heart till it die a living death, no taunt shall madden his happy boyhood.
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4 She knew he was teasing but, as always, his teasing maddened her.
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5 Upstairs she could hear Prissy galloping about like a wild animal and the sound maddened her, for she was galloping just as aimlessly.
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6 No more my splintered heart and maddened hand were turned against the wolfish world.
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7 The sight maddened Duncan to desperation.
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8 She was spared the sin of such a prayer for, maddened at his disappointment, and excited at the sight of blood, the Huron mercifully drove his tomahawk into her own brain.
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9 On a slope to the left there was a long row of guns, gruff and maddened, denouncing the enemy, who, down through the woods, were forming for another attack in the pitiless monotony of conflicts.
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10 And it maddened him to see, as he thought he saw, that Becky Thatcher never once suspected that he was even in the land of the living.
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11 They fled to the other end of the court like a herd of cattle maddened by the gadfly in early summer when the days are at their longest.
12 I suppose it was the unexpected nature of my loss that maddened me.
13 His forehead was throbbing with maddened nerves, and he felt wildly excited, but his manner as he bent over his hostess's hand was as easy and graceful as ever.
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14 He maddened me particularly when he read aloud the psalms to himself behind his partition.
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15 Frank, Pitty and the servants bore her outbursts with maddening kindness, attributing her bad disposition to her pregnancy, never realizing the true cause.
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