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Mad as a hatter


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1. crazy. (From the crazy character called the Hatter in Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.)

2. angry.(This is a misunderstanding of mad in the first sense. Folksy. The first as can be omitted.


Sample Usage

Poor old John is as mad as a hatter.

All these screaming children are driving me mad as a hatter.

You make me so angry! I’m as mad as a hatter.

John can’t control his temper. He’s always mad as a hatter.


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