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The Maddening is a 1995 psychological / erotic thriller film directed by Danny Huston. Based on a novel by Andrew Neiderman, published under the title ...

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Maddening definition, driving to madness or frenzy: a maddening thirst. See more .

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1 : tending to craze. 2 a : tending to infuriate b : tending to vex : irritating. maddeningly. play \-lē\ adverb. See maddening defined for English-language learners.

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v. mad·dened, mad·den·ing, mad·dens. v.tr. 1. To make angry; irritate. 2. To cause (someone) to go mad; drive to madness. v.intr. To become infuriated.

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Maddening | serving to send mad | Definition, pronunciation, examples & translations.

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Maddening things are extremely irritating: they make you mad. Some drivers have the maddening habit of following other cars too closely on the highway.

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Adjective[edit]. maddening (comparative more maddening, superlative most maddening). Causing frustration or anger. Leading to insanity.

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mad·den·ing
[mad-n-ing]
ADJECTIVE
1.
driving to madness or frenzy: a maddening thirst.
2.
infuriating or exasperating: his maddening indifference to my pleas.
3.
raging; furious: a maddening wind.
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