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Synonyms for crazy

Synonyms for crazy

Synonyms for crazy

someone deranged and possibly dangerous

affected with madness or insanity

possessed by inordinate excitement

bizarre or fantastic

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intensely enthusiastic about or preoccupied with

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If the Prime Minister and his "leading cadres" are asked, the National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia should act crazy enough, even crazier than the Government and respond to the expansive fiscal policy with expansion of the monetary and credit activity, says Nikola Popovski in Dnevnik.
Apparently still smarting from not being cast in one of the recent Truman Capote movies, Leto also affects a bad Southern accent and comes off crazier than a bag of squirrels.
But nothing was crazier than the plethora of pinup girl toilet seats we found on the Internet.
It's not something many men do but that doesn't mean it's any crazier than those who collect beer mats or paintings.
General Partin, an Air Force Command Pilot, sums up the case for Flight 77 hitting the Pentagon: "The alternative explanations just get crazier and crazier.
It all gets crazier and crazier, with some real laugh-out-loud moments.
A boy's crazy mom pawns him off on her crazier shrink--a memoir soon to be a film.
SCREEN characters don't come much crazier than Dr Hannah Awkward, Professor of Pedantics in HTV's comedy Believe Nothing.
When his tour was over at the end of 1966, he touched down briefly in New York but ended up in Tulsa again, sucked back into a scene that had gotten considerably crazier and far more criminal.
Most of us think that prosecuting a 'metric martyr' is mad but trying to defend our system is even crazier.
It's all in tunnels, so it's even crazier than what air traffic controllers do," says Luchian.
This is accomplished through a common vocabulary among the faculty as to how the body is placed and how ballet skills are built "Nothing drives a choreographer crazier than having dancers come in with a style that is impenetrable and inflexible," explains Harkarvy.
Especially when I thought of even crazier things I've done, like skydiving.
In a world which seems to be getting crazier and crazier, let us remember the need for laughter.