Adjective(1) ludicrous, foolish(2) informal or slang terms for mentally irregular
(1) The children came up with some weird and wacky designs including a pink and purple dinosaur covered in sequins.(2) You may even be able to squeeze out a few more wacky anecdotes from that slightly dysfunctional family of yours.(3) Thousands of people up and down the country are doing weird and wacky things today to raise money for Comic Relief.(4) His wacky antics and funny walk endeared him to children of all ages.(5) Sure she came across as a bit wacky , and a bit all over the place at times.(6) Those wacky creative types at the ad agency will believe it ‘hits all the right buttons’.(7) After 170 years of wacky inventions and strange new models, it seems we may finally be at the end of the road for the electric car.(8) Thank you, all you wacky people, for your interesting suggestions for new car names.(9) Teachers and students were asked to make a gold coin donation in order to sport their weird and wacky hairstyles for the day.(10) Youngsters in Malmesbury and Sherston recycled old clothes to make weird and wacky costumes for a fashion show last Thursday.(11) The room itself takes on the artist's intentions, being transformed into a slightly wacky domestic parlour.(12) Dixon leapt to fame in the 1980s with his wacky welded furniture made of bits of scrap metal.(13) People completed the course dressed in all kinds of weird and wacky outfits this year.(14) Dottie is a Lucille Ball clone who performs wacky antics on her television show.(15) Just as well, then, that Mazda also has the semi-iconic MX-5 and the wackily left-field, rotary-engine RX-8 to call on for credibility.(16) South African cricket has had a certain destructive and counterproductive whackiness about it for a couple of years now, and it is clearly getting out of hand.
1. goofy ::
3. sappy ::
4. zany ::
5. silly ::
6. cockamamy ::
7. whacky ::
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The growing realization that
you are one WACKY bastard? Yep.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 17
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