Definition of spinny in English:

spinny

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adjective

Canadian informal
  • Mad; crazy.
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    • The crowd-pleaser isn't shy about showing off her spinny pianissimo higher range, but this one trick pony will have to bring a little more to the stage than just that.
    • All those spinny heads, especially the jester's one, were really, really ODD.
    • The zoo is 50 years old and still a boon, providing a welcome change of pace when small heads get too spinny.

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