bemad

bemad

(bɪˈmæd)
vb (tr)
to cause to become mad
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Zemmama reckons Scotland boss George Burley would bemad to leave him out of the squad for next month's friendly against Croatia at Hampden.
He thought it was ridiculous that I would bemad at something like that.
In my opinion the Civic sets a new standard for diesels in this class, so if you are in the market for a wellequipped family diesel, you would bemad to miss this one out.