Definition of Nutcase

1. Noun. Someone deranged and possibly dangerous.

Exact synonyms: Crazy, Looney, Loony, Weirdo
Language type: Colloquialism
Generic synonyms: Lunatic, Madman, Maniac



Definition of Nutcase

1. Noun. (humorous) An eccentric or odd person. ¹

2. Noun. (context: pejorative slang) Someone who is insane. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Nutcase

1. a crazy person [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nutcase

nutations
nutator
nutators
nutbags
nutball
nutbar
nutbars
nutbowl
nutbowls
nutbreaker
nutbrown
nutburger
nutburgers
nutcase (current term)
nutcases
nutcracker
nutcrackers
nutfarm
nutfarms
nutgall
nutgalls
nutgraf
nuthatch
nuthatches
nuthin'
nuthook

Literary usage of Nutcase

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1. Resources of the Pacific Slope: A Statistical and Descriptive Summary of the by John Ross Browne (1869)
"An increase of the aiea worked over, and a consequent nutcase of production from this class of deposits, is possible everywhere, within limits, ..."

2. Adventure Guide to the Alaska Highway by Ed Readicker-Henderson (2006)
"All most people know of Bligh today is the movie Bligh - a nutcase who was rightly mutinied against. ..."

3. British Columbia by Ed Readicker-Henderson (2004)
"We'll get back to Granville later, but here in the museum section, there's one of those private nutcase museums that we have a serious soft spot for. ..."

4. The Local Courts' and Municipal Gazette (1868)
"Tb« language in.both of those sections is different from that used in the 38th section, which prohibits the lending to foreign powers. lu this ¡nutcase, ..."

5. Eastern Standard Tribe by Cory Doctorow (2005)
"Do I become a recovering nutcase? Do I have to stand ever-vigilant against the siren song of craziness? ..."

6. Ninth Day of Creationby Leonard Crane by Leonard Crane (2000)
"A real nutcase by the sound of it." A gleam came into the President's eyes. "Oh, well," he said, coming over and plunking himself down across from Stark on ..."

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