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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I WAS hopping mad on Thursday when l found l had to vote at the Maymorn Club instead of the usual voting cabin at The Craftsman's pub car park for those who live this side of Holbrooks.
YOUNG shoppers went hopping mad when Peter Rabbit visited the Castlegate Shopping Centre in Stockton.
The Windies are hopping mad after former Hampshire skipper turned TV presenter Mark Nicholas wrote: "West Indies are short of brains, but have IPL history in their ranks.
Spokesman Robert Oxley said consumers "will be hopping mad to find out that the EU is actually making Easter more egg-spensive".
But consumers will be hopping mad to find out that the EU is actually making Easter more egg-spensive.
LOVE IT'S Easter Sunday tomorrow and the shops are going hopping mad with cute bunnies popping up all over the place.
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.
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.