Mad and Wacky


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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

Wacky is a synonym for mad in ability topic. In some cases you can use "Wacky" instead an adjective "Mad", when it comes to topics like sane, crazy, insane, bonkers.
Nearby Words: madness, madly
Synonyms for Mad


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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

Mad is a synonym for wacky in loopy topic. You can use "Mad" instead an adjective "Wacky", if it concerns topics such as ability, sane, insane, bonkers.
Synonyms for Wacky

Things that words describes

friend mad friend wacky friend
man mad man wacky man
people mad people wacky people
style mad style wacky style
Other nouns: race, scheme, version, parody, scientist, sister, schemes, experiments, adventures, monsters.

Both words in one sentence

  • Two Gamers on a Couch The wacky hawk (Mad Scientist Superhero) was the crazy one and he had many friends who took on the sane side of the dynamic.
  • Rick Sánchez is a sarcastic and snarky mad scientist who frequently takes his grandson, Morty on wacky misadventures across the universe and other dimensions.
  • Hollywood Tourette's Somewhat hilariously, he was obviously cast because his disorder made him "mad" and "wacky" and generally "well good telly".
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