hopping mad


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Related to hopping mad: losing ground, to top it off

hop·ping mad

(hŏp′ĭng)
adj.
Extremely angry.
Translations

hopping mad

adj (inf)fuchsteufelswild (inf)
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A FAMILY was left hopping mad after finding a small frog in a punnet of raspberries.
30pm BBC One) SHIRLEY is hopping mad that Tina has brought Stan to stay at the Queen Vic.
The God-fearing and devout Muslim community are hopping mad at this dishonour to their faith.
Sometimes you will laugh, sometimes you will cry - and maybe even get hopping mad sometimes - but you are sure to enjoy every moment of your trip as you follow the family through muddy water, over rocky mountains, through green valleys and - as life will have it for each one of us - through more muddy waters and onto more mountains to scale.
Be sure to drop in for a day full of fun and more egg-related puns than you thought imaginable, but better be quick though as it's only while stocks last and you'll be hopping mad if you miss out
No need to present yourself as hopping mad, but air your grievance in a reasonable way.
A potential rules change that had dozens of craft brewers in Massachusetts hopping mad will not be implemented.
WALKERS on one of Dublin's most scenic routes are hopping mad - because office-workers keep nicking their parking spaces.
SIR - I was hopping mad to hear about Dai Davies' support in Parliament for rabbit welfare.
YOUNGSTERS can go hopping mad this Easter at Washington Leisure Centre.
You'd be hopping mad to miss this free sweet Easter treat at Poundland
And there's nothing more likely to get them hopping mad than a comment from an MP about the woefully poor standard of teaching nowadays.