Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of madwoman.

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Examples

  • Secretly, you knew your good shoes and your warm lined gloves kept you apart, and safe from the man with the cup in his hand and the boy with the cardboard sign and the woman with the bloated legs and the girls with the begging eyes from the weathered madwomen railing at God and the shadows at the ashcan fires from the need to ask, no choices left:

    The No-Net World

  • By all external indication, these prophets were not madmen or madwomen and certainly people in those ancient societies knew how to recognize insanity; most of them were stolid citizens, ranchers like Amos or temple priests like Ezekiel.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • Toward the end of the week we ate at the posh Washington Inn, followed by a horse and buggy tour through Cape May's Victorian downtown, playing audience to long familiar tales of madwomen in their gingerbread trimmed mansions pining away for lost seamen.

    Brian Gresko: Revisiting the Family Vacation -- With Baby

  • Toward the end of the week we ate at the posh Washington Inn, followed by a horse and buggy tour through Cape May's Victorian downtown, playing audience to long familiar tales of madwomen in their gingerbread trimmed mansions pining away for lost seamen.

    Brian Gresko: Revisiting the Family Vacation -- With Baby

  • By all external indication, these prophets were not madmen or madwomen and certainly people in those ancient societies knew how to recognize insanity; most of them were stolid citizens, ranchers like Amos or temple priests like Ezekiel.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • By all external indication, these prophets were not madmen or madwomen and certainly people in those ancient societies knew how to recognize insanity; most of them were stolid citizens, ranchers like Amos or temple priests like Ezekiel.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • By all external indication, these prophets were not madmen or madwomen and certainly people in those ancient societies knew how to recognize insanity; most of them were stolid citizens, ranchers like Amos or temple priests like Ezekiel.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • Once he arrives, he could be in a Burroughs or Howard story, Witchfire story, backstabbing madwomen, tough guy enemies - ok, apart from the telepathic hounds, perhaps.

    Superhero Prose Fiction: Eric John Stark - Skaith 01 The Ginger Star

  • Once he arrives, he could be in a Burroughs or Howard story, Witchfire story, backstabbing madwomen, tough guy enemies - ok, apart from the telepathic hounds, perhaps.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: The Eric John Stark Saga - Leigh Brackett

  • Once he arrives, he could be in a Burroughs or Howard story, Witchfire story, backstabbing madwomen, tough guy enemies - ok, apart from the telepathic hounds, perhaps.

    Superhero Prose Fiction: Eric John Stark - The Eric John Stark Saga

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