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I’m not a technical person, and I’d be screaming and talking at the screen, acting like a lunatic in my apartment, and they can’t hear you.

It was the lunatic energy we needed in month 475 of pandemic boredom.

I should note that in the past I have launched other lunatic diets — anything that could cause the loss of a pound or two and result in a column.

Marjorie Taylor Greene, a newly elected member from rural Georgia, has been widely and rightly reviled for her lunatic views.

The veterans both see the same “lunatics are taking over the asylum” script taking hold, especially in the last few weeks, that presaged past meltdowns.

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Fine, but there are lunatic sums of money being spent on art, surely?

It could also be true that she really was an insufferable lunatic afraid of catching Ebola from the plebeians.

“I saw a lunatic, simply stated,” the victim, a contractor from nearby Bristol, told police.

Everyone on the sidewalk looked at her like she was a lunatic, but she didn't care—she wanted that part.

There is only one word which I loathe more than I do lunatic and that word is crazy.

Unfortunately, as you say, I was present, and I tell you that our friend Barbiche behaved like a lunatic.

And I should say the same of a still-born baby that I had never seen alive, or of a lunatic whom I had not once seen sane.

The provision of a lodging for a lunatic was, moreover, an exception to the prohibition of the payment of rent for a pauper.

Moreover, the Central Authority took no steps to get such persons removed to lunatic asylums.

There, get along; if he were not so grossly immoral, he would be fit to shut up in a lunatic asylum.


On this page you'll find 118 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lunatic, such as: crazed, maniacal, absurd, bananas, irrational, and maniac.

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