lunacy : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n obsolete terms for legal insanity
- n foolish or senseless behavior
- These days, after much of the media hype and lunacy has abated, ((I am)) left simply with a gut feeling of frustration.
- This is not the first time this kind of free-range lunacy has been visited upon me.
- Now her sons don't have her, and part of the blame has to be placed squarely on the lunacy of publications paying exorbitant amounts for whatever the paparazzi can get by whatever .
News & Articles
- The Best Anniversary Car Specials
2013 is an important year in the calendar of quite a few carmakers. That's why Lamborghini started celebrating it's fiftieth birthday by turning carbon fiber into purified lunacy with the Veneno . They're not the only ones. On the other side of the water, Aston Martin put the V12 in the front and got rid of the roof with the fantastic CC100 Speedster , a monument to 100 year's worth of speed ...
June 5, 2013 - Jalopnik
- Mr Blackwell in International Herald Tribune
She's layered lunacy from head to toe,Blackwell said.
- David Dreier in Forbes
What absolute lunacy,said Rep. David Dreier, R-Calif., "paying for a tax that was never intended."
- David Plouffe in CNN
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...