stark raving mad

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stark raving mad (not comparable)

  1. completely insane
    • 1931, R. B. Mowat, Great Britain and Germany in the Early Twentieth Century, in The English Historical Review, Vol. 46, No. 183
      The British ambassador reported: ‘The day before yesterday, Berlin went stark raving mad. There was a fall of six points in German securities on the Bourse and a genuine impression that war was about to break out between England and Germany.

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