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Wacky appears in the following pangram (a sentence using every letter of the alphabet at least once):

  • Baroque? Hell, just mix a dozen wacky pi fonts and you've got it. (49 letters)
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Definition of the adjective wacky

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Wacky is one of the top 1000 most common adjectives in the English language.

adjective - degrees: more wacky / wackier | most wacky / wackiest

  1. ludicrous, foolish
  2. informal or slang terms for mentally irregular

Alternative definition of the adjective wacky


  1. Of a person or their behaviour, zany.


Wacky is a fictional character from the 2012 Filipino tv series Crazy for You.

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Google previewThe Concise New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English (2014)

by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor

wacky adjective odd, eccentric, crazy US, 1935 wacky baccy; wacky backy noun marijuana.

US,1975 wacky for khaki adjective infatuated with men in military uniform US, 1967 wac-wac noun phencyclidine, the recreational drug known as ...

Google previewA Lexicon of Lunacy (1993)

Metaphoric Malady, Moral Responsibility, and Psychiatry by Thomas Szasz

Vasoregulatory asthenia Vegetable Visionary Voom-Voom Voyeurism W Wack Wacko Wacked out Wacky Wacky twerp Walking soap opera Walking worried Walking wounded Wandering Wanting Warped Wastoid Water topside Waterhead ...

Google previewOxford Dictionary of Modern Slang (2010)

by John Ayto, John Simpson

W wack wacko wacky wad waddy wake-up pill walk-back wall wallah wallflower wallop walloper...

Google previewThe New Historical Dictionary of the American Film Industry (2014)

by Anthony Slide

®wacky. ̄. It emerged from the American Depressioninthe mid-thirties andhadits origins, frequently, in stage comedies, particularly those of Philip Barry. The best- known directors associated with screwball comedies are Frank Capra, Leo ...

Google previewThe Giant Encyclopedia of Art & Craft Activities (2000)

For Children 3 to 6 : More Than 500 Art & Craft Activities Written by Teachers for Teachers by Kathy Charner

Wacky. Spaceships. Materials Small Styrofoam bowls Foil Decorating materials such as pipe cleaners, coffee stirrers, and pompoms Glue Construction paper Toothpicks Miniature store-bought flags, optional Glitter What to do 1. Invite the ...

Google previewThe Dimwit's Dictionary (2012)

Replace Lazy Writing with Elegant English by Robert Hartwell Fiske

unbalanced; unhinged; unsound; wacky; zany. (as) crazyas a loon Aninsipid simile. batty;cracked; crazy; daft; demented; deranged; fey; foolish; goofy; insane; lunatic;mad; maniacal; neurotic; nuts; nutty; psychotic; raving; silly; squirrelly; ...

Google previewSleeping with the Dictionary (2002)

by Harryette Mullen

Vanessa the Undresser vice price vomit comet voodoo Wacko Jacko wacky shack wacky tobacky walkie-talkie Wavy Gravy waylay wear & tear Weegee Whack Pack whale tale wham bam whammer-jammer wheeler dealer whimwham white ...

Google previewDictionary of Contemporary Slang (2014)

by Tony Thorne

wacky adjSee whacky wacky baccy n BritishSee whackybaccy wad n a. a bundleof banknotes, a large quantity of money.

Google previewThe New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English: J-Z (2006)

by Eric Partridge

Just Don't Give a Fuck, 1999 wackie; wacky noun a stereotypical member of the working-class; a conformist UK Teen slang, noted, in the first sense ('wears flat hat, muffler, carries lunchbox') by James Williamson, ...

Google previewHeinemann English Dictionary (2001)

by Martin Manser

wacky adjective (wackier; wackiest) also whacky (whackier; whackiest) (informal) crazy: a wacky idea. wad (wod) noun 1 any soft mass, e.g. of fabric. 2 any paper, banknotes, etc. folded or rolled together. • wad rerfi (wads; wadding; wadded) 1 ...

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Bad guys are so much fun to play because you can go as far and as wacky as you want. (Joel Gretsch)
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Scrabble value of W4A1C3K5Y4

The value of this 5-letter word is 17 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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