adjective (loopier, loopiest)
- 1 • informal Crazy or silly: the author comes across as a bit loopyMore example sentences
- Seize the day, seize your life - and good luck to Adrian - his loopy grin at the end of the programme said it all.
- He looked up at his parents and gave them a loopy grin from the pure oxygen he had been breathing while being prepped for the surgery.
- The football TV programme had this loopy, crazy tune they used in the stylized highlights.
- 2Having many loops: a big, loopy signatureMore example sentences
- The morning breeze builds a rollercoast of wind currents and I see a happy bird sailing in loopy loops against these somber hulking offices.
- A gold crest graced the bottom, as did Mr. Coates' loopy, recognizable signature.
- She coolly signed her loopy signature at the bottom.
- More example sentences
- The more I think about this, and as I write it, it rather does seem less a quirky singularity, and more of an onrushing descent into a foggy loopiness.
- The book is divided into sections, with ‘every record, statistic and feat of human endeavour and natural wonder’ some of which are definitely of interest, whilst others are merely public loopiness.
- The Hollywood-friendly plotline is stranded - by design, apparently - between loopiness and inspiration.
More definitions of loopyDefinition of loopy in:
- The British & World English dictionary