Definition of wackadoodle in English:


Line breaks: wacka|doodle
Pronunciation: /ˈwakəduːd(ə)l
(also whackadoodle) US informal


An eccentric or fanatical person: an alarming number of wackadoodles predict the world will indeed end
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  • They want to sneakily add on to their house, in spite of the zoning that prohibits it, and don't want any "wackadoodles" to interfere.
  • Anyway, if he can beat back and keep some wackadoodles from getting the nomination, then I'll be happy.
  • How can anyone take conservative ideas seriously when there are wackadoodles like this out there?


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Eccentric or fanatical: he has given credence to a lot of wackadoodle beliefs
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  • The episode opened with wackadoodle Mona singing to another member of the A-Team from her cell.
  • She's wackadoodle, in the best way possible.
  • The guy's a wackadoodle fossil and nuclear apologist, making snarky comments about wind turbines and climate change.


1990s: from wackadoo.

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