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ma·ni·a·cal

(mă-nī'ă-kăl),
Relating to or characterized by mania. See: amok.
Synonym(s): manic

ma·ni·a·cal

(mă-nī'ă-kăl)
Relating to or characterized by mania.
Synonym(s): manic.

maniacal

(mă-nī′ă-kl)
1. Relating to or characterized by mania.
2. Afflicted with mania.
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