crazy

[ krey-zee ]SEE DEFINITION OF crazy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRAZY

He was acting like a crazy boy, and he was a man, all of twenty-two!

"I guess you know I've been crazy about him," she said quietly.

I don't think much of your Lauzanne, he's like a crazy horse.

I gits half eat by that crazy skate, an' fired without a cent fer it.

"You are crazy; so do not talk any more," interrupted Hubertine, coldly.

You needn't speak to me, an' I'll live in the other part; but I shall be crazy if you don't let me do your work.

"But it's sure to be him," chattered Simms, his teeth as crazy as his grammar.

She had been so crazy, she had seen nothing, thought of nothing.

For we had crashed by so that the crazy cart must have thrilled in every stick of it.

If papa were like what you say he is, he'd be—why, he'd be crazy!

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CRAZY

out of one's mind

adjectiveirrational
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