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See definition of wack on Dictionary.com
  • as incharacter
  • as inpersona

synonyms for wack

  • personality
  • card
  • clown
  • crank
  • customer
  • eccentric
  • freak
  • nut
  • nut case
  • oddball
  • oddity
  • original
  • weirdo
  • personality
  • identity
  • character
  • role
  • guise
  • image
  • person
  • figure
  • personage
  • self
  • mind
  • anima
  • soul
  • id
  • ego
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How to use wack in a sentence

I throw out the dirt: (M) wapattikosch; (R) wacktóhsch (wack short).
TRAVELS IN THE INTERIOR OF NORTH AMERICA, 1832-1834, PART III (THE TEXT BEING CHAPTERS XXVIII-XXXIII OF THE LONDON EDITION, 1843, AND THE APPENDIX A COMBINATION OF THE APPENDICES OF THE LONDON AND GERMAN [COBLENTZ, 1839] EDITIONS)MAXIMILIAN, PRINZ VON WIED
This is also called the Too-loo-le-wack, or Too-lool-we-ack Fall.
BANCROFT'S TOURIST'S GUIDE YOSEMITEA.L. BANCROFT
"This evenin' I'll bring you a jolly wack of the bingo," said Flairer.
THE MYSTERIES OF LONDON, V. 1/4GEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS
We made our way to the store of Wack Stillman, a favourite rendezvous for the loafers and off-works.
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WORDS RELATED TO WACK

  • card
  • clown
  • crank
  • customer
  • eccentric
  • freak
  • nut
  • nut case
  • oddball
  • oddity
  • original
  • personality
  • wack
  • weirdo
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.