Noun(1) a person who is regarded as eccentric or mad
(1) Maybe agreeing with their parents' wacko idea was going to be fun after all.(2) The silence is all the more troubling since in the past the US news media has had no problem at all covering other wacko conspiracy theories, ones with far less evidence to support them.(3) There is plenty of wacko UFO coverage, including remarkable photos of blurry lights that just have to be flying saucers, because it's not like they could be anything else.(4) Not some fringe wacko doctor, but a doctor with significant power over a large hospital.(5) I pretended to be a reporter so they didn't mark something down on DJ's record like wacko parent.(6) We do get our share of wacko e-mails, but nothing on the scale you report.(7) At least you'll know you're not the only one dealing with all this wacko stuff.(8) Amid the live rampages and wacko tracks, it's important not to miss ‘Too Late the Hero,’ Entwistle's best ballad and a technically complex number.(9) I guess it was just a couple of wacko losers in Brazil with nothing better to do.(10) We didn't mean to suggest that these wacko protesters represent a broad segment of the Canadian people, any more than similar groups represent the thinking of mainstream Americans.(11) Still, you have to admire his ability to make a long established religion seem like some sort of wacko cult.(12) I'd already done the book on Cobain's murder and I didn't want to get typecast in the book world as this wacko conspiracy nut.(13) Equally disturbing is what sort of messed up wacko ideas are floating around their heads regarding what is going on in the real world.(14) What separates him from the average band leader is his willingness to pursue just about every wacko idea that enters his mind.(15) He is the kind of wacko leader that is very rare and perhaps not seen on the world stage for 50 years.(16) If anyone seriously suggests that then I think they're in wacko land.
1. whacko ::
2. nutter ::
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