lunatic[ loo-nuh-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF lunatic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUNATIC
He described himself briefly as a lunatic, and walked on again.
An inhabitant of the moon, as distinguished from Lunatic, one whom the moon inhabits.
The lunatic approached Cesarini with an air of dignity and condescension.
If the lunatic caught her—well, he would catch her, but it should not be her fault if he did.
Called a liar and a lunatic, Bernadette was threatened with imprisonment.
And who can tell how often this may be the fact—how often the lunatic also lives by faith?
You thought one of the members of the family must be a lunatic.
A stupendous discovery or a pitiful figment of a lunatic brain!
One man, with the gestures of a lunatic, entered an inn and was seen no more.
It was these eyes he met as he stooped over her with his lunatic chuckle.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR LUNATIC
- in poor health
- not solid