nutso

nutso

(ˈnʌtsəʊ)
adj
informal chiefly US insane
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put together an "Elected Officials Gone Wild" for YouTube, complete with inappropriate, angry and seriously nutso claims.
For Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Croatia, Ireland, Portugal, Slovenia and Slovakia the NUTS1 level and the NUTSO level coincide, so mean absolute deviations could only be calculated at the NUTS2 level.
In his living room, which hosts a classroom-sized pull-down map of the United States and a vintage Rhodes piano, we talk first about his new haircut ("I thought she went a little nutso with the trim here," he says, rubbing the closely buzzed sides of his head) and then about how his role in Vampire Weekend came to be.
You have to, otherwise your mind goes a little nutso," she added.
s first out student body prez, Chris Armstrong, the target of a smear campaign by nutso assistant attorney general Andrew Shirvell.
But the US negotiators may have underestimated the sheer nutso chaos of Honduran politics.
But I've usually passed, since the treatments necessary for these "solutions to all my problems" have usually ranged from the merely unlikely to the absolutely nutso (i.
Not really; it's a collection of photos from various moped trips, including to the tip of Chile, which is pretty nutso without some fallback cash.
In Toronto, the media went a bit nutso and did all this talk about 'woman bishop.
Along the far end are foods: nutty as a fruitcake, or simply nutso or nuts (nut meaning head, so off his nut means crazy, as with off his chump).