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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Animal campaigners are hopping mad over the UK's first bunny wedding.
That has Florida members like retiree Joan King hopping mad. "The Florida Retirement System receives contributions from our members to invest on their behalf.
Still licking her wounds from a decade's worth of battles to retrieve her $6,000, Holly Hughes re-emerged, hopping mad, with her latest jeremiad.
The list came out in June and immediately got everybody I know hopping mad. Which is OK The main reason for creating these lists is that they provoke discussion (and then send the discussants back to the books or, let's be honest, get them to read them for the first time).
The DEC acquisition stuck in its throat, a schizophrenic channel strategy got resellers hopping mad, decision making slowed to a crawl, and buyers became confused.
Fiery Spanish heart-throb Antonio is hopping mad after Melanie dropped everything to help Steven Bauer, husband between her two marriages to actor Don Johnson.
Now the islanders are hopping mad because all that could change when building starts soon on the road from Uist - where thousands of bunnies are eating up to 25 per cent of crops on North and South Uist and Benbecula.
That concept has Federation of New York Cooperatives President Charles Rappaport hopping mad. "What a bunch of malarkey!," he said.
Meanwhile, Shona is hopping mad that David stayed out all night but when he returns, he's in no mood to talk and heads straight to the shower.
I got turned away from a club here one night too because I was wearing jeans - I was hopping mad!"
The God-fearing and devout Muslim community are hopping mad at this dishonour to their faith.
EMMERDALE (7pm ITV1) PRIYA might be heartbroken that her wedding is off, but Megan is hopping mad as well.