lunacy lunacy  /ˈlu nə si/


  1. (n) obsolete terms for legal insanity
  2. (n) foolish or senseless behavior


  1. This is not the first time this kind of free-range lunacy has been visited upon me.
  2. Extremism may claim God as its redeemer, but it's really the selfish product of lunacy.
  3. Silence is acceptance, and the contemporary Republican Party is totally accepting of this intolerable, disgusting lunacy.


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  1. "She's layered lunacy from head to toe," Blackwell said.
    on Jan 9, 2007 By: Mr Blackwell Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "What absolute lunacy," said Rep. David Dreier, R-Calif., "paying for a tax that was never intended."
    on Nov 9, 2007 By: David Dreier Source: Forbes

  3. "This is a wide, wide lead right now ...... I am amused when the Clinton campaign continues to say, 'Well, it's essentially a tie.' I mean, that's just lunacy," said Plouffe. "We have opened up a big and meaningful pledged delegate lead. They...
    on Feb 20, 2008 By: David Plouffe Source: CNN

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