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crazy US English

Mentally deranged, especially as manifested in a wild or aggressive way

crazy US Thesaurus

he was acting like a crazy person

boy-crazy US English

(Especially of a girl) extremely enthusiastic about boys (as potential romantic or sexual partners).

crazy ant US English

Any of several ants that exhibit very fast or erratic movement, especially Prenolepsis longicornis, native to tropical regions.

man-crazy US English

= man-mad.

like crazy US English

To a great degree

crazy bone US English

Another term for funny bone.

Crazy Horse US English

(Circa 1849–77), Sioux chief; Sioux name Ta-Sunko-Witko. A leading figure in the resistance to white settlement on Native American land, he was at the center of the confederation that defeated General Custer at Little Bighorn in 1876. He surrendered in 1877 and was killed while in custody

crazy quilt US English

A patchwork quilt of a type traditionally made in North America, with patches of randomly varying sizes, shapes, colors, and fabrics

power-crazy US English

= power-crazed.

stir-crazy US English

Psychologically disturbed, especially as a result of being confined or imprisoned

crazy eights US English

A card game in which players attempt to match a card in their hand by rank or suit to the previous card played, with eight being a wild card

crazy paving US English

Paving made of irregular pieces of flat stone

like crazy in crazy US English

To a great degree