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Synonyms of crazy in English:


  • 1 all the publicity nearly sent her crazy
    British sectionable
    British informal barmy, crackers, barking, barking mad, round the twist, off one's trolley, as daft as a brush, not the full shilling, one sandwich short of a picnic
    Canadian & Australian/New Zealand informal bushed
    New Zealand informal porangi
    [Antonyms] sane
  • 2 children get all sorts of crazy ideas
    idiotic, stupid, foolish, foolhardy, unwise, imprudent, ill-conceived, silly, inane, puerile, infantile, fatuous, imbecilic, hare-brained, half-baked;
    outrageous, wild, shocking, astonishing, monstrous;
    unbelievable, incredible, unthinkable, implausible;
    peculiar, odd, strange, queer, weird, eccentric, bizarre, fantastic, incongruous, grotesque
    informal barmy, daft, potty, cock-eyed
    US informal wackadoo, wackadoodle
    [Antonyms] sensible
  • 3 people in Barbados are just crazy about cricket
    very enthusiastic, passionate, fanatical, excited;
    very keen on, enamoured of, infatuated with, smitten with, devoted to, fond of
    informal wild, mad, nutty, nuts, potty, gone on
    informal , dated sweet on
    [Antonyms] apathetic, indifferent
  • Phrases

    like crazy

  • 1 we are just working like crazy to make what we have efficient
    energetically, enthusiastically, madly, with a will, for all one is worth, passionately, intensely, ardently, fervently
    British informal , dated like billy-o
  • 2 you were driving like crazy when something punctured one of the tyres
    fast, furiously, as fast as possible, hurriedly, quickly, rapidly, speedily, hastily
    informal like mad, hammer and tongs, at warp speed
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