Deranged and Wacky


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Deranged adjective – Having or showing a very abnormal or sick state of mind.
Usage example: a deranged prisoner who had been in that rat-infested hole for 20 years

Wacky and deranged are semantically related In some cases you can use "Wacky" instead an adjective "Deranged".
Nearby Words: derangement, deranging
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Wacky adjective – Having or showing a very abnormal or sick state of mind.
Usage example: a series of bizarre letters that the killer sent to the police, detailing his wacky, disturbed view of the world

Deranged and wacky are semantically related in acting crazy topic. Sometimes you can use "Deranged" instead an adjective "Wacky".
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Things that words describes

friend deranged friend wacky friend
humour deranged humour wacky humour
character deranged character wacky character
man deranged man wacky man
Other nouns: people, style, way, characters, personality, version, scientist, ways, schemes, experiments, attempts.

Both words in one sentence

  • Locked in a Freezer True Blood's wacky season 2 plot line had Andy and Sam locked in the freezer of Merlotte's while hiding from a deranged mob trying to sacrifice Sam to Satan.
  • Film / Skyfall The animation he sends M just comes off as deranged rather than funny or wacky due to how serious everything else is.
  • Creator / AKOM Deranged Animation: Their season 1 Tiny Toons episodes were quite rubbery and wacky, though they got a bit more conservative starting in the second season when Dev Ramsaran replaced Warren Marshall as overseas supervisor.
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