Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Mad with rage at having been made a cuckold. See horn, 4 .
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Quite mad; -- raving crazy.
“Proud and vainglorious persons are certainly mad; and so are  lascivious; I can feel their pulses beat hither; horn-mad some of them, to let others lie with their wives, and wink at it.”
“Though what I am I cannot avoid, yet to be what I would not, shall not make me tame: if I have horns to make me mad, let the proverb go with me; Ill be horn-mad.”
“If this should ever happen, thou wouldst be horn-mad.”
“I am glad he went not in himself: if he had found the young man, he would have been horn-mad.”
“In the eyes of the excellent Rogers I am horn-mad.”
“Well, I tell ye fairly, I'm horn-mad," cries Stewart.”
“Was it fair to me? was it fair to Miss Grant that counselled you to go, and would be driven fair horn-mad if she could hear of it?”
“In the same letter in which Walpole had referred to _Miss Lucy in Town_, he had spoken of the success of a new player at Goodman's Fields, after whom all the town, in Gray's phrase, was "horn-mad;" but in whose acting Mr. Walpole, with a critical distrust of novelty, saw nothing particularly wonderful.”
“Dr. of Eph. Why, mistress, sure my master is horn-mad.”
“Chute, says, "Did I tell you about Mr. Garrick, that the town are horn-mad after: there are a dozen dukes of a night at Goodman-fields sometimes; and vet I am stiff in the opposition.”
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