Mad and Unbalanced


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Mad adjective – Having or showing a very abnormal or sick state of mind.
Usage example: the man who thinks he's been turned into a bug is clearly mad

Unbalanced is a synonym for mad in insane topic. In some cases you can use "Unbalanced" instead an adjective "Mad", when it comes to topics like sane, crazy. popular alternative
Nearby Words: madness, madly
Synonyms for Mad


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Unbalanced adjective – Having or showing a very abnormal or sick state of mind.
Usage example: horrific crimes that obviously were committed by a very unbalanced person

Mad is a synonym for unbalanced in sane topic. You can use "Mad" instead an adjective "Unbalanced", if it concerns topics such as unstable, crazy. popular alternative
Nearby Word: unbalancing
Synonyms for Unbalanced

Things that words describes

man mad man unbalanced man
woman mad woman unbalanced woman
people mad people unbalanced people
scientist mad scientist unbalanced scientist
Other nouns: sister, tendencies.

Both words in one sentence

  • I will take every precaution to avoid going mad, such as regular therapy, calming thoughts, and immediately reporting my condition to my superiors if I seem to be becoming unbalanced.
  • Sad Clown Mad Men: Roger Sterling uses humor to deflect or cope with many unpleasant aspects of his unbalanced life.
    Source: Sad Clown
  • Wrestling / Raven The Mad Hatter: In TNA, Raven decided he was mentally unbalanced, it couldn't ever be fixed, and that he had grown to like it that way.
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