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- n. The quality of being demented.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. mental deterioration of organic or functional origin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being demented.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. mental deterioration of organic or functional origin
"No telling what profanity or dementedness we're saying in coyote" agreed Myra.
I went to the LOLBuilder at I Can Has Cheezburger and went through the torrent of photos being submitted, captioning as dementedness and snark came to me.
I'd listened to the programme a fair few times during my last year at school '93-4 and been dazzled by its mix of inspired music, learned guests, poetry, comedy and all-round self-deprecating dementedness, but it wasn't until I left for university that I became a devout fan.
I like the universities in fantasy novels by Diana Wynne Jones and Terry Pratchett and so on, they are basically EXACTLY like real-world universities only their dementedness is revealed.
From the first it appeared obvious to all that the dementedness which characterised the little wizened yellow-faced woman was of a much more pronounced type than Con the Quare One's.
Mallard had got the vertigo, he reported the gambler's launch on dementedness to the earl.
Rosamund utter dementedness, considering this woman's position, and
It's a delusion amounting to dementedness to suppose, that with the people inside our defences, we can be taming them and tricking them.
His infatuation, nevertheless, appeared to Rosamund utter dementedness, considering this woman's position, and Cecilia Halkett's beauty and wealth, and that the house was no longer at his disposal.
His infatuation, nevertheless, appeared to Rosamund utter dementedness, considering this woman's position, and Cecilia