Idiom:  in a mad rush

Meaning 

Idiom:  in a mad rush

  • extremely hurried


Example sentences

— I left my house in a mad rush this morning and forgot my lunch on the kitchen counter.

Slow down!  Accidents happen when people are in a mad rush.

— We saw you at the store last night but you looked like you were in a mad rush so we didn't say hello.

— The deadline is 5:00 pm so we're in a mad rush to get our proposal submitted in time.

— I hated being in a mad rush all the time so I started set my clocks, watch and phone 15 minutes ahead of time.

— Where was Jonathan going in such a mad rush?

— I'm sorry I can't talk now. I'm in a mad rush to get this check deposited at the bank.

— My husband is always in a mad rush so I lied and told him our flight leaves two hours earlier.

— A: Where is everyone going in such a mad rush? B: Leave the building now! There's been a bomb threat!

— Don't be in a mad rush just because your friends are starting to get married.



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