Cuckoo and Mad

Cuckoo

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Cuckoo adjective – Having or showing a very abnormal or sick state of mind.
Usage example: a cuckoo woman who wandered around town carefully gathering up useless trash

Mad is a synonym for cuckoo in sane topic. In some cases you can use "Mad" instead the word "Cuckoo" as an adjective or a noun.
Nearby Word: cuckooing
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Mad

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Mad adjective – Having or showing a very abnormal or sick state of mind.
Usage example: the man who thinks he's been turned into a bug is clearly mad

Cuckoo is a synonym for mad in sane topic. You can use "Cuckoo" instead the word "Mad" as an adjective or a noun, if it concerns topics such as crazy, mental, insane. informal substitute
Nearby Words: madness, madly
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  • The Mad Hatter In Joanne Greenberg's I Never Promised You A Rose Garden, the inmates at the psychiatric hospital have rules about such things: the disturbed ward gets to refer to themselves as "crazy", "mad", etc.; the less disturbed patients may call themselves "cuckoo" or other euphemisms.
  • Uberwald is, well, Überwald, but Bonk's chocolate museum and mad fretwork that make the buildings look like cuckoo clocks sounds more like the Black Forest.
  • Obfuscating Insanity So the entire village pretended to be mad, by attempting to imprison a cuckoo by building a fence round its tree, drowning an eel, and trying rake the moon out of the village pond.
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