bedlam (adj.) Old form(s): Bedlem
mad, crazed, frantic
2H6 III.i.51[Suffolk to Queen, of Gloucester] Did instigate the bedlam brain-sick Duchess / By wicked means to frame our sovereign's fall
2H6 V.i.132[King to Clifford, of York] a bedlam and ambitious humour / Makes him oppose himself against his king
H5 V.i.18[Pistol to Fluellen] art thou bedlam?
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