Crazy

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Definition

crazy: insane, mad; silly (slang)
adjective, noun

crazy about (something): obsessed with, very excited about, passionate about (something)

Examples

  • "People do crazy shit when they get fired."
  • "'Cuz every girl ( sic ) crazy 'bout a sharp dressed man."
  • "Maybe I'm crazy, Maybe you're crazy."
  • "The cost of living in the ocean is crazy."
  • "I thought I was crazy, but next to these two nuts, I am very normal, and exceptionally concerned for the future of Europe."
  • "Donna : I was going to say "crazy", but "interesting" works too."
  • "Maybe we're crazy."
  • "Things got a little bit crazy in Kalackistan and I told him that I needed some space, a little bit of time to think."
  • "Dr. Loblaw : Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the scientific study of anomalous speech patterns, also known as the "crazy accent contest"."

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