The daft loon wud hae bed me promise to merry him—that's a'!'
"Ey, she's none so daft, is yon lass," observed the blacksmith.
"I'm none so daft as daftly dealt with, mother," interrupted the blacksmith.
But there—I must be daft to be thinkin' o' moths at such a time.
What is he thinking of to stand there gazing at her downcast face as if he were daft?
But the duràk of the following tale is represented as being really “daft.”
An' ye claver sic' nonsense when ye're daft, what would ye say when ye're sane?
I soon learned that they had spared me and cared for me because they thought that I was daft.
The Daft Committee, including its Chairman, was much impressed.
The doctor is daft about him; and besides him, as I told you, there is the tutor.