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madam (sometimes cap.) a woman, addressed politely or courteously. [2 definitions]
madame a married woman, addressed formally or courteously. (abbr.: Mme.)
mad as a hatter wildly impulsive or completely crazy.
madcap wild or reckless. [2 definitions]
mad cow disease a fatal disease that affects the nervous system of cattle; bovine spongiform encephalopathy.
madden to enrage or inflame. [3 definitions]
madder1 any of a number of perennial plants that bear yellow flowers and have a root that yields a red dye. [2 definitions]
madder2 comparative of "mad."
maddest superlative of "mad."
made past tense and past participle of make. [3 definitions]
made for suited for in all ways.
Madeira a group of Portuguese islands off the northwest African coast. [3 definitions]
madeleine a rich cakelike pastry baked in a small mold.
mademoiselle an unmarried woman, addressed courteously. (abbr.: Mlle.) [2 definitions]
made-to-order made specially for a particular person; custom-made. [2 definitions]
made-up fictitious; invented. [3 definitions]
madhouse a hospital for the insane. [2 definitions]
Madison the capital of Wisconsin.
madly with a lack of reason or sense; wildly. [3 definitions]
madman one who is or acts as if he is without reason or sense; lunatic or maniac.
mad money (informal) a bit of money set aside for emergency use or for nonessential or frivolous purchases.