Funny and Wild


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Funny adjective – Different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion.
Usage example: that's funny, for I could have sworn I put my keys right here yesterday

Wild and funny are semantically related in weird topic. In some cases you can use "Wild" instead the word "Funny" as an adjective or a noun.
Nearby Words: funning, funnily
Synonyms for Funny


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Wild adjective – Conceived or made without regard for reason or reality.
Usage example: some wild claim that he was abducted by aliens

Funny and wild are semantically related in weird topic. Sometimes you can use "Funny" instead the word "Wild" as an adjective or a noun.
Nearby Words: wildly, wilding, wilde
Synonyms for Wild

Things that words describes

girl funny girl wild girl
woman funny woman wild woman
idea funny idea wild idea
scene funny scene wild scene
Other nouns: show, ways, ideas, stories.

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / Hobgoblins Daphne & Nick doing the wild thing in the van while Kevin & Amy argue in the foreground....except the "funny" in Funny Background Event is a total fail.
  • Dan Aykroyd, the wild-and-crazy Blues Brother among many other outrageously funny characters, in real-life claims to have mild Asperger's Syndrome.
  • Bananas. Rather funny, as the Real Life wild bananas are smaller, green and far less tasty compared to the cultivated golden banana the humans are familiar with.
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