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- n. insanity; madness
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Insanity; madness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Insanity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. obsolete terms for legal insanity
The style is not only amazing, but it represents the insaneness.
Of course, this hand-wringing over not having completely caught up on life, the universe and everything, and finished my revisions, could also be the usual case of my never quite cutting myself enough slack*, since I only got home from two weeks of insaneness in Vermont last Friday and we've had something called a catastrophic ice storm this week we only lost power for one night**, thankfully--so far, anyway.
Nataly could not utter all that her insaneness of feeling made her think with regard to Victor's daughter -- daughter also of the woman whom her hard conscience accused of inflammability.
With Speed Racer the batshit insaneness of it and cartoonish fun was right up my alley and I just smiled the whole way through, with Wanted, well, Speed Racer I think spoiled me.
Liberals are so far gone with their political correctness, it has left them incapable of seeing their insaneness.
Like I love Nico and I love her flaws and insaneness as well.
Ethan …. .proves once again my own personal education theory that students always see through the insaneness public education has become.
I loved it, it’s something that I feel if you thought about more and more, you would really like it … But anyways, thanks for responding to my post, i do understand the complaint of insaneness haha
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4: The penultimate of insaneness were the men building a hotel on the peak who were carrying things such as sixty kilo bags of cement, cement blocks and other unthinkable objects either on their backs or on either end of the famous Asian bamboo pole, this went far beyond my comprehension!
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