nuttier nuttier


  1. (adj) having the flavor of nuts
  2. (adj) informal or slang terms for mentally irregular



  1. Democrats are not only nuttier than Republicans, but the liberal media, as usual, is giving them a free pass.
  2. If you like your dance divas nuttier than a fruitcake, she's definitely your gal.
  3. As Michael Scherer wrote the other day, Zeke Emanuel, one of President Obama's health care advisers, has become the bogey man in some of the nuttier attacks on health care reform.



  1. "Even though you don't know the value of each rivet, you know it's nuttier than hell to keep removing them," Ehrlich said.
    on Feb 9, 2009 By: Paul Ehrlich Source: Science Daily (press release)

  2. "I always knew it was real," Pierce says. "I had a chance to play with him in high school. He was like that in high school, if not nuttier, so this is something Kevin has always been like. Why change now? Look how successful he's been."...
    on Jan 27, 2008 By: Paul Pierce Source: Eagle Tribune

  3. "I feel pretty good," Caray said. "I'm a little tired. But after that, they're sort of surprised I'm up and working. [Cardiologist] Charlie [Wickliffe] and I are friends. He knows me. And he knew I'd be nuttier sitting at home, ticked off. He...
    on Sep 19, 2007 By: Skip Caray Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

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