lunacy

[ loo-nuh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF lunacy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUNACY

Here proof of the lunacy of the maiden aunt would be sufficient.

But in his red eyes the flame of lunacy was slowly mounting.

Does not lunacy strike you, Bertie, as being a very eerie thing?

It was folly, it was lunacy; but he could not resist it, for he dared not be alone.

I used to be one of his staunchest supporters, but I draw the line at lunacy.

Smith isn't a hard man at all, but he had room in his brain only for that one idea of lunacy.

He knew he must not speak of love; such proffer to her would be lunacy.

It was a degree of lunacy which she could neither understand nor appreciate.

Yes, sir; he has betrayed unmistakable evidences of lunacy of late.

As late as Bossuet's time, lunacy was thought to be the work of demons.

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