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nutsy
American English: /ˈnətsi/
British English: /ˈnʌtsi/

adjective -sier, -siest

  • (American English) [colloquial] nutty
    Example sentences
    • He's this loveable buffoon who at times almost seems unbelievable, but you make him believable and really bring a lot of heart to this kind of nutsy guy.
    • Now, Clark has been saying nutsy stuff for which he should perhaps be held to account.
    • For example, nutsy Camille nearly steals the show in her hilarious interview segment.

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