(1) Where Nira and Honey had gotten such expensive things, she never asked, lest she madden them.(2) Like an elephant beset by bees, or the straw that broke the camel's back, this week's swarm of small irritating things could madden even tolerant Taurans.(3) She lay as still as she could so as not to madden her captors.(4) This is by no means the only matter that manages to madden him.(5) The more complicated your life gets, the more people you interact with on a daily basis, the more incidents occur that can irritate, annoy, incense, madden , infuriate and enrage.(6) We all need the sustenance of classic and art films that madden , provoke, disturb and challenge us - at least until they come out with the Star Wars II DVD.(7) If anything, all this was a mere irritation, no need to become overly maddened .(8) If he was able to slip out the back exit with a few of the temps and part-timers, he would hustle to his car, hoping to beat the worst of rush-hour traffic, for nothing maddened him like traffic jams, especially on his own time.(9) It was not the wild, unseasonal weather which maddened our professional turtle-watchers, however.(10) In Their Eyes Were Watching God, the novel's protagonist Janie is wounded in a fight to the death with her lover Tea Cake who, maddened by rabies, bites her arm and draws blood.(11) The soldiers were maddened by thirst, and their torment was increased by the image of a lake - their first experience of the illusion of a mirage.(12) What maddens me about this book is probably exactly what will make millions of readers adore it.(13) Everything appears brazen and hard and mighty, suggestive of Angelo's own throbbing spirit and maddened soul.(14) Chairperson Drennan: ├ö├ç├┐It maddens me the way the county council carry on.├ö├ç├û(15) Living in that vile woman's grasp, it was like being watched by a vigilant, maddened cat, always with the claws out, ready to pounce on us.(16) You have killed Lokath; maddened Syrah; and nearly murdered the sole ruler of all Arsinuae.