Definition of barmy army in English:

barmy army

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British informal
Supporters of a particular sports team who are known for their vociferous support during matches, especially a group of fans who follow the England cricket team: the barmy army added their voice to a very memorable occasion
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  • This was not a barmy army, but a vast array of anxious people.
  • Some may consider the 'Barmy Army' a nuisance, but the 10,000 members are true supporters of the sport.
  • What colour do we wear and what colours do the barmy army wear?

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