Maniacs on the highway.
A football maniac.
An example of a maniac personality is a person who is violent for no reason; a maniac personality.
An example of a maniac golfer is someone who plays daily and would play multiple times per day if it was possible.
An example of a maniac is a person who is fighting with people in a bar for no reason and won't stop when asked.
An example of a maniac is a fan of the New York Giants who only wears the New York Giant team colors and has painted their house blue, red, gray and white.
A sports maniac.
Other Word Forms
Origin of maniac
- From Late Latin maniacus maniacal from Greek maniakos from maniā madness men-1 in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- Late Latin maniacus, from Ancient Greek μανιακός (maniakos), adjectival form of μανία (mania, “madness").