crazed crazed  /ˈkreɪzd/


  • (adj) driven insane



  1. Color crazed: Some kids got revved up after consuming the amount of food dye contained in two 2-oz.
  2. I'd pick away at the frosted top, then collect the remaining pure cake in both hands, eating out of my palms like a crazed bird on a sugar high.
  3. But Howard's cocaine-fueled rocket fizzled, and the suits in Cincy, tired of his crazed professional and personal ways, bounced him in 1980.


  1. The Prozac In Your Pee Is Freaking Fish Out

    Popular anti-depressant Prozac might be easing the pain of depression for humans, but apparently it's turning fish into crazed homicidal maniacs: according to a new study , fish are eating traces of the drug found in wastewater, and they're becoming more aggressive, anxious, anti-social and in some cases, driven to kill each other. Elizabeth Wurtzel did not predict this. [ more › ]
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Gothamist

  2. Weird but true

    A sex-crazed couple was busted for allegedly rocking their boat in full view of the public at a marina in Conway, SC. The dockmaster first spotted them allegedly getting it on and told them to get a room, or a cabin, but after he walked off they allegedly resumed and...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: New York Post

  3. Heroic EMT disarms crazed man after cop shot by NYPD gun at Harlem Hospital

    G.N. MillerThe scene at Harlem Hospital today after an officer was shot during a scuffle. A heroic EMT disarmed a crazed man who had grabbed a police officer’s gun — while handcuffed — and shot another cop at Harlem Hospital, officials said. Guyteau Idore, 42 — classified by the NYPD as...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: New York Post

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