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How to use craziest in a sentence

His last name was Phillips, which is all right, but he had the craziest fust name ever I heard.
FAIR HARBORJOSEPH CROSBY LINCOLN
No wonder she went about with an absent smile on her face, and did everything in the craziest possible way.
BETH WOODBURNMAUD PETITT
They are just the craziest specimens of pure jollity that flesh, blood, and fur could be wrought into.
MY WIFE AND IHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
They used to call him psychic, for he'd get some of the craziest hunches—for lack of a better descriptive word.
MAN OF MANY MINDSE. EVERETT EVANS
She considered Poppy—taking one thing with another—the craziest patient she had ever had.
POPPYCYNTHIA STOCKLEY
And this is the craziest thing that ever happened in a person's life.
WARREN COMMISSION (5 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. V (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
Here Chouart Groseillers (his brother-in-law) lay with two of the craziest craft that ever rocked anchor.
HERALDS OF EMPIREAGNES C. LAUT
But it was true, although it sounded like the craziest nonsense that a man could do such a thing to himself.
PELLE THE CONQUEROR, COMPLETEMARTIN ANDERSON NEXO
Pretty cool in a fight, but when it's all over he simply goes to pieces and says the craziest things.
DAVE DAWSON WITH THE COMMANDOSR. SIDNEY BOWEN
Instead he looked at me with the wildest, craziest expression and said: "Did Zoeth Hamilton tell you?"
MARY-'GUSTAJOSEPH C. LINCOLN

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