Which of the following prepositions can be used with mad at/with/about? Can you give us an example?
Senior Member4,756
All of them can be used:

I am mad at you.
- meaning angry--just like what you felt when you read a portion of my paperEmotion: wink
I am mad with joy.
- could literally mean mad and happy or just like saying overcome with happiness
I am mad about pizza.
- you are badly in search for pizza.
Full Member215
Seriously, you are not mad at me for what I have said.
No, why should I be?
JackoI am mad about pizza.
- you are badly in search for pizza.
Why not say in search of pizza?
Contributing Member1,620
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