Buggy and Mad

Buggy

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Buggy adjective – Infested with bugs.
Mad and buggy are semantically related in sane topic. In some cases you can use "Mad" instead an adjective "Buggy".
Nearby Words: bugged, bugger, bugging
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Mad

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Mad adjective – Feeling or showing anger.
Buggy and mad are semantically related (North American) in sane topic. Sometimes you can use "Buggy" instead an adjective "Mad". informal substitute
Nearby Words: madness, madly
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  • Film / Watch Out, We're Mad! During an eating contest in which they try to see who wins the buggy once and for all, mobsters come in and crash the place, wrecking the dune buggy, which makes them mad...Provides Examples Of: Acrofatic: Ben proves quite agile in the sportschool scene.
  • Manga / Highschool of the Dead Mad the mechanic in the manga explained that the buggy was capable of water transportation but suggested sticking to the riverbanks or cutting into the nearby park.
  • Western Animation / Speed Buggy Mad Scientist: Speed Buggy's typical antagonists are this trope.
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