Crazy and Goofy


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Crazy adjective – Conceived or made without regard for reason or reality.
Goofy and crazy are semantically related in unrealistic topic. In some cases you can use "Goofy" instead an adjective "Crazy".
Nearby Words: craze, crazed
Synonyms for Crazy


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Goofy adjective – Lacking in seriousness or maturity.
Usage example: it's not appropriate to be goofy at a funeral

Crazy and goofy are semantically related in silly topic. You can use "Crazy" instead an adjective "Goofy".
Nearby Words: goof, goofed, goofing
Synonyms for Goofy

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  • Wrestling / Santino Marella Lethal Joke Character: Seems goofy and crazy, but if he hits that Cobra on you, most of the time that person will stay down for the 3 count.
  • Film / The Social Network Double Standard: Abuse, Female on Male: Chrissy's crazy possessiveness over Eduardo is Played for Laughs, with Eduardo having to juggle a phone call while she sets his gift on fire treated in a goofy light.
  • Series / Girl Meets World Eric in the original show was also Flanderized from a girl crazy ditz into someone more goofy, and the famous "Plays with Squirrels" was largely a parody of what he had become near the end.
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