nuthouse nuthouse


  • (n) pejorative terms for an insane asylum


  1. I want them to put me in the nuthouse.
  2. The day I move to that nuthouse I would welcome the death panels.
  3. Thus, in good conscience, the Soviets have no other place for dissenters but the nuthouse.


  1. You’re wrong about John Boehner

    He's actually doing a really good job as speaker of this nuthouse of a Congress. Here’s why        
    on June 22, 2013     Source:

  2. WSU must invest in STAGE

    It’s been two years since Washington State University disbanded the theater department and the college has continued in its hypocrisy. In the theater department’s absence, the student organization STAGE and Nuthouse Performances has tried to keep its spirit alive. It embodies WSU’s values of discovery, innovation, creativity and freedom of expression. But the odds are stacked against them, and ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: The Daily Evergreen


  1. "If I had said we were going to finish fifth in the Premier League a couple of years ago, you would all have thought I would end up in the nuthouse, wouldn't you? But there is a chance," Redknapp said. "It would be great if we can do it, but...
    on Feb 27, 2008 By: Harry Redknapp Source: Independent

  2. "I know some people are disappointed that I am saying we are not going to win the league this time, but I would be in danger of being whipped off to the old nuthouse if I started saying that, because there is a big gulf," Keegan argued. "It...
    on May 8, 2008 By: Kevin Keegan Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  3. Sure, the Razorbacks (5-0) did still commit 19 turnovers -- a number West Virginia coach John Beilein said would "drive him to the nuthouse," if posted by his own team.
    on Nov 26, 2006 By: John Beilein Source: Springdale Morning News

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