wacko : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a person who is regarded as eccentric or mad
- See pictures of the cults that went wacko.
- Pi, Requiem for a Dream and The Fountain were demanding and rewarding in various ways: the first wacko, the second gritty, the third sumptuously romantic, and all marvelously dense .
- The fact that Kim can deal rationally belies decades of propaganda portraying him as a dissolute wacko with a penchant for pornography.
News & Articles
- Global Warming and Energy Insanity
This article appeared in Huffington Post on May 23, 2013. Rush Limbaugh hasn’t made a lot of green friends over the years with his “environmental wacko” tirades, but, given what’s going on these days, perhaps his rhetoric has been too mild.
June 7, 2013 - Cato Institute
- Roy Williams in USA Today
It's an advantage if you play well,said North Carolina coach Roy Williams of playing near home. "Just because the crowd's cheering for you, I've never had a crowd win a game. I know it sounds wacko."
- Jerry Seinfeld in Brandon Sun
The books came out at the same time, so this woman says: 'I sense this could be my wacko moment,' Seinfeld told Letterman, and went on to compare his travails with Lapine to the talk-show host's own high-profile troubles with a stalker.
- Joe Biden in FOXNews
At a campaign stop Sunday, Biden called Ahmadinejad "that wacko guy, the crazy president," and said he would only be in office for a little more than a year before being "taken out" because he threatened Shia interests.