madden

  • 1Madden — bezeichnet: Lake Madden, früherer Name des Alajuelasees Madden NFL, ein American Football Videospiel Madden ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Beezie Madden (* 1964), amerikanische Springreiterin Benjamin Madden (* 1979), US amerikanischer… …

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  • 2Madden — could refer to any of several things:People:* John Madden (football), former NFL coach and longtime football announcer. * Ray J. Madden, US senator in the 1950s. * Owney Madden, U.S gangster, owner of the Cotton Club in NYC, later active in Hot… …

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  • 3Madden 64 — Madden Football 64 Madden Football 64 Éditeur Electronic Arts Développeur Electronic Arts Date de sortie 31 octobre 1997 (États Unis) décembre 1997 (Europe) Genre Fo …

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  • 4Madden — Mad den, v. i. To become mad; to act as if mad. [1913 Webster] They rave, recite, and madden round the land. Pope. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5Madden — Mad den, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Maddened}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Maddening}.] 1. To make mad; to drive to madness; to drive to insanity; to craze. [1913 Webster] 2. To make very angry; to enrage; to excite violently with passion. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 6Madden — Madden, Sir Frederic, Herausgeber mittelenglischer Texte, geb. 16. Febr. 1801 in Portsmouth aus irischer Familie, gest. 8. März 1873 in London, studierte in Oxford, lernte früh Altenglisch und Romanisch, trat 1828 in die Handschriftenabteilung… …

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  • 7madden — index aggravate (annoy), incense, irritate, obsess, offend (insult), perturb, pique …

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  • 8madden — (v.) to drive to distraction, 1822; earlier to be mad (1735), from MAD (Cf. mad) (adj.) + EN (Cf. en) (1). Related: Maddened; maddening. The earlier verb was simply mad (early 14c., intransitive; late 14c., transitive), from the adjective …

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  • 9madden — *anger, incense, enrage, infuriate Analogous words: vex, *annoy, irk: exasperate, provoke, rile, aggravate, *irritate Contrasted words: *pacify, placate, mollify, appease, propitiate, conciliate: assuage, allay, mitigate, *relieve …

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  • 10madden — [v] make angry anger, annoy, bother, craze, derange, distract, drive crazy, drive insane, drive out of mind*, drive to distraction*, enrage, exasperate, frenzy, incense, inflame, infuriate, ire, irritate, make see red*, pester, possess, provoke,… …

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  • 11madden — ► VERB 1) drive insane. 2) irritate or annoy greatly …

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  • 12madden — [mad′ n] vt., vi. to make or become mad; make or become insane, angry, etc. maddening adj. maddeningly adv …

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  • 13Madden — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Madden est un nom de famille notamment porté par : Beezie Madden (née en 1963), cavalière de saut d obstacles américaine ; Benji Madden (né en… …

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  • 14Madden — Recorded as Madain, Madden, Maddin, Madigan and MacAvaddy, this is a famous Irish surname. It derives from the pre 10th century Olde Gaelic name O Madain, translating as the descendant of the son of the hound. The hound is famous in Gaelic… …

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  • 15madden — UK [ˈmæd(ə)n] / US verb [transitive] Word forms madden : present tense I/you/we/they madden he/she/it maddens present participle maddening past tense maddened past participle maddened to make someone very angry …

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  • 16madden — [[t]mæ̱d(ə)n[/t]] maddens, maddening, maddened VERB To madden a person or animal means to make them very angry. [V n] The swine were maddening farmers by guzzling their lettuces... [V n] He is calmed by a lullaby, but maddened by any sudden loud… …

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  • 17madden — verb (maddened; maddening) Date: 1735 intransitive verb to become or act as if mad transitive verb 1. to drive mad ; craze 2. to make intensely angry ; enrage …

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  • 19madden — /mad n/, v.t. 1. to anger or infuriate: The delays maddened her. 2. to make insane. v.i. 3. to become mad; act as if mad; rage. [1725 35; MAD + EN1] Syn. 1. provoke, enrage, anger, inflame; exasperate, irritate, vex, annoy. Ant. 1. calm, mollify …

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  • 20madden — verb a) To make angry. b) To make insane; to inflame with passion …

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