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maniacal (adj.)

1670s, "affected with mania," from maniac (adj.) + -al (1). As "pertaining to or characteristic of a maniac," by 1701. Related: Maniacally.

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Definitions of maniacal

maniacal (adj.)
wildly disordered;
a maniacal frenzy
Synonyms: maniac
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