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The synonyms of “Maniacal” are: maniac
Maniacal as an Adjective
Definitions of "Maniacal" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “maniacal” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Exhibiting or denoting obsessive enthusiasm.
- Wildly disordered.
- Suffering from mania.
- Exhibiting extremely wild or violent behaviour.
Synonyms of "Maniacal" as an adjective (1 Word)
A maniacal frenzy.
Usage Examples of "Maniacal" as an adjective
- John burst into maniacal laughter.
- Maniacal patients.
- A maniacal frenzy.
- A maniacal dictator.
- His maniacal obsession with conspiracy theories.
Associations of "Maniacal" (30 Words)
|amok||Wildly frenzied and out of control.|
|amuck||Wildly; without self-control.|
When the restaurant caught fire the patrons ran amuck blocking the exit.
|approvingly||In a manner resulting from or revealing approval.|
Several heads nodded approvingly at this concept.
|berserk||Out of control with anger or excitement; wild or frenzied.|
Berserk with grief.
The world of fashion is almost entirely insane the people who work in it mainly certifiable.
A crazy look.
|crying||The process of shedding tears (usually accompanied by sobs or other inarticulate sounds.|
A crying need.
|daft||Informal or slang terms for mentally irregular.|
I was daft about him.
|demented||Behaving irrationally due to anger, distress, or excitement.|
She was demented with worry.
|demoniac||A person supposedly possessed by an evil spirit.|
|foolery||Foolish or senseless behavior.|
We endured his foolery all afternoon.
|guffaw||A loud and hearty laugh.|
Both men guffawed at the remark.
Her hilarious novel.
|hilarity||Extreme amusement, especially when expressed by laughter.|
His incredulous expression was the cause of much hilarity.
|indulgence||In the Roman Catholic Church a grant by the Pope of remission of the temporal punishment in purgatory still due for sins after absolution The unrestricted sale of indulgences by pardoners was a widespread abuse during the later Middle Ages.|
Too much indulgence spoils a child.
He had gone insane.
|insanity||Extreme foolishness or irrationality.|
It might be pure insanity to take this loan.
We fell about laughing.
|laughing||Showing or feeling mirth or pleasure or happiness.|
|laughter||The sound of laughing.|
He enjoyed the laughter of the crowd.
|loon||A worthless lazy fellow.|
If only she weren t such a lovesick loon.
|lunacy||Foolish or senseless behavior.|
It has been suggested that originality demands a degree of lunacy.
|lunatic||Extremely foolish or eccentric.|
He would be asked to acquiesce in some lunatic scheme.
|mad||Make someone mad.|
It was a mad dash to get ready.
A maniacal frenzy.
|raving||In a raving manner.|
The ravings of a madwoman.
|smile||Express with a smile.|
She smiled her thanks.
|smirk||A smile expressing smugness or scorn instead of pleasure.|
Gloria pursed her mouth in a self satisfied smirk.
She is a woman they all love to snicker at.
|unbalanced||Debits and credits are not equal.|
She considered him to be mentally unbalanced and dangerous.