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mad dog

verb; compounding
To glare at someone with contempt as a mad or angry dog would. This phrase may have been used originally to instill more emotions rather than the cliché “staring someone down.” Also, the words convey a certain image of anger and dislike, which seem fitting for the action.
 
Let's MAD DOG them as we walk by.
Etymology : Compounded word formed from roots "mad" and "dog"
Source : My friend
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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