wacky : Definition, Usages, News and More

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wa kee

  • s  ludicrous, foolish
    some wacky plan for selling more books
  • s  informal or slang terms for mentally irregular

  • With it youngsters can keep the beat to a wacky lament of a dying rancher called Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport.
  • Their choices, as diverse, poignant and sometimes just plain wacky as they are, offer clues to their identities and character.
  • Everyone lived at the Garden of Allah Hoteleveryone, that is, who was part of the Hollywood elite in the old days when the town still managed to be wacky in the grand manner.
News & Articles


  • Gustav Nossal in Sydney Morning Herald
    The lateral thinking, completely wacky approach which will really change paradigms tends to come from the young scientist,Professor Nossal said after accepting the gold medal of the Australian Society for Medical Research at the National...
  • Anna Bligh in Sydney Morning Herald
    I've heard a lot of weird and wacky theories on this campaign but I think that one gets the gold star,Ms Bligh told reporters in Toowoomba.
  • Eddie Murphy in FOXNews
    I've been rolling since I was 18. I've been chillin',Murphy told APTN. "Every now and then you might have a movie that's wacky and don't make some loot, but that ain't the end of the world. You just keep it moving."

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