insane

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ɪnˈseɪn/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ɪnˈseɪn/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(in sān)


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Sense: Adjective: crazy
Synonyms:
crazy (informal), crazed, mad (UK), nutty (informal), loony (informal), nuts (slang), screwy (slang), loco (US, slang), wacko (US, slang), cuckoo (slang), bananas (slang), batty (informal), wacky (informal), crackers (UK, slang), psychotic, psycho (informal), lunatic, unbalanced, deranged, unhinged, out of your mind (informal), mad as a hatter, mad as a March hare (UK), round the bend (slang), bonkers (slang), nutty as a fruitcake (slang), off your rocker (slang), out of your gourd (slang), out to lunch (slang), not all there (informal), mentally unsound, of unsound mind, stark raving mad (UK, slang), non compos mentis, manic, psychopathic, mentally ill, schizophrenic, schizoid, schizo (informal), touched (informal), mentally unstable
Antonyms:
sane, sound , lucid, right-minded, sober , balanced , of sound mind, in your right mind
Sense: Adjective: foolish
Synonyms:
foolish , idiotic, stupid , daft , unwise, silly , crazy (informal), mad (UK), senseless
Antonyms:
rational , wise , sensible , judicious, reasonable , well-thought, well-advised, level-headed, logical, practical
Sense: Adjective: absurd
Synonyms:
absurd, crazy (informal), preposterous , ludicrous , bizarre , nonsensical, ridiculous , mad (UK)
Sense: Adjective: extreme
Synonyms:
extreme , exorbitant, excessive, inordinate, immoderate, over the top, OTT (UK, informal), stiff , steep , wild (informal), crazy (informal), unreasonable

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