Definition of like crazy in English:

like crazy

1To a great degree; very intensely: we are just working like crazy
More example sentences
  • For some reason, that set them both off once more and they started laughing like crazy.
  • It's not too funny now but I remember than we had laughed like crazy.
  • Colours can be safe, soft and muted, bold and bright or even clash like crazy as long as your wardrobe is new and tailored to your best look and shape.
Synonyms
energetically, enthusiastically, madly, with a will, for all one is worth, passionately, intensely, ardently, fervently
British informal , dated like billy-o
1.1In a very fast or unrestrained way: another driver, who was driving like crazy, ran him off the road
More example sentences
  • Her jaw went slack for a moment, then she started smiling like crazy.
  • See I have a problem, on stage, alone, singing… my voice shakes like crazy.
  • In either case, his girl is standing there in front of him, moving around like crazy, just being smolderingly sexy.
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