Loony and Mad


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Loony adjective – Showing or marked by a lack of good sense or judgment.
Usage example: that's got to be the looniest idea I've ever heard

Mad is a synonym for loony in ability topic. In some cases you can use "Mad" instead an adjective "Loony", when it comes to topics like sane, crazy, insane. popular alternative
Nearby Word: loon
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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

Loony is a synonym for mad in ability topic. You can use "Loony" instead the word "Mad" as an adjective or a noun, if it concerns topics such as sane, crazy, mental, insane. informal substitute
Nearby Words: madness, madly
Synonyms for Mad

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  • Buffy Speak The Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series uses this trope constantly: "as fine as two fine things on a fine day out in Fineland", "staring like a staring thing", "as mad as two very mad things", "loony as a loon on loon pills."
    Source: Buffy Speak
  • Obfuscating Insanity He is quite, quite mad, but whether he's an out-and-out loony or just a very driven psychopath with a twisted sense of humour changes from story to story.
  • Literature / Don Quixote Loony Fan: Sansón Carrasco presents himself as a fan of Don Quixote and discuss with him and Sancho the Series Continuity Errors, and wants to help that poor, mad fool to regain sanity.
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