Cranky and Wacky

Cranky

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Cranky adjective – Different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion.
Usage example: that's just another of his cranky theories about the CIA

Wacky and cranky are semantically related in eccentric topic. In some cases you can use "Wacky" instead an adjective "Cranky", when it comes to topics like bizarre, insane, mad, loopy. informal substitute
Nearby Words: crankiness, cranked, cranking
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Wacky

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Wacky adjective – Different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion.
Usage example: raised by an uncle with a rather wacky philosophy of parenting

Cranky and wacky are semantically related in dialect topic. Sometimes you can use "Cranky" instead an adjective "Wacky", if it concerns topics such as zany, bizarre, insane, mad.
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Things that words describes

character cranky character wacky character
man cranky man wacky man
people cranky people wacky people
personality cranky personality wacky personality
Other nouns: version, expressions.

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / Call the Midwife The young nurses and Sister Bernadette are like sisters, with Sister Julienne as the Team Mum, Sister Evangelina as the cranky-but-good-hearted aunt, Fred as the wacky uncle, and Sister Monica Joan as the eccentric grandmother.
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