Thesaurus / loony
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Loony, for the liberty thus doled out to him, rewarded his benefactors by an occasional indulgence in the “pigeon-act.”
THE SHADOWARTHUR STRINGER
As a matter of fact, they'll soon be pretty sure I'm loony also.
RATS IN THE BELFRYJOHN YORK CABOT
Likewise, when that failed, looks as though they tried to get him jugged for a loony and put away.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
I say, Mr. French, mustnt she have been sort of loony to wear a dress like that, and she sixty-five?
I'm ashamed to tell you the old duffer's methods; they're loony.
THREE THOUSAND DOLLARSANNA KATHARINE GREEN
The loony couldn't have just held onto the telephone and been right on tap the moment Mort or Mike picked up the hook.
DIRECT WIRECLEE GARSON
It's enough to drive one loony to watch this sort of thing.'
ON LAND AND SEA AT THE DARDANELLESTHOMAS CHARLES BRIDGES
You ought to wake her up, Loony, and ask her what we are to do.
THE MARTINS OF CRO' MARTIN, VOL. II (OF II)CHARLES JAMES LEVER
I was sure, for the first time in my stretch in this loony business, that I had an option on a nice private little gold mine.
THE CHAMELEON MANWILLIAM P. MCGIVERN
Said she had a friend that was as loony about cats as she was and she was goin' to fetch her right down the very next day.
SHAVINGSJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
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