- n. Plural form of maniac.
“The first segment, detailing the first few hours after an unexplained radio/TV signal turns half of L.A. into homicidal maniacs, is potent and engrossing.”
“Fox, with it's stable of egotistical, hate-filled maniacs is not worth anything but the 'off' button on my remote.”
“There are drivers who stand out, driving like frikin maniacs, yet I didn't see a single car accident.”
“Handy was obviously little interested in nosological categories; most of the inmates were described as maniacs.”
“On the other hand, anyone who tries to label the maniacs who committed the murders as "right wingers" is painting with too wide a brush.”
“I have to say it was a wonderful time with the kids...... they ran around like little maniacs, which is what kids do!”
“In short (to put the matter from the more common point of view), he dealt much in eastern heavens, rather worse than most western hells; in eastern monarchs, whom we might possibly call maniacs; and in eastern jewels which a Bond Street jeweller (if the hundred staggering negroes brought them into his shop) might possibly not regard as genuine.”
“Which calls the maniacs, each one from his cell, 110”
“Which calls the maniacs each one from his cell 110”
“Which calls the maniacs, each one from his cell, _110”
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