[ US /ˈɫuni/ ]
[ UK /lˈuːni/ ]
  1. informal or slang terms for mentally irregular
    it used to drive my husband balmy
  1. someone deranged and possibly dangerous
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How To Use loony In A Sentence

  • Now you might say that some of their policies are a bit loony.
  • That's the bonus with having depressed and/or raving loony parents.
  • I knew steph would not produce a link to back up her claim that 'However I do not regard him as 'loony' - it was more a reference to the accusation by some atheist/agnostic bloggers that *all of us biblical historians are 'loony'* and 'absurd' Jesus and History around the Web
  • And there was a loony-looking guy wandering around the road and everyone was staring at him.
  • Zach Exley is the fringe left, and has been traveling in loony left circles for years. Balloon Juice » 2004 » June
  • Typically, this is when the cat gets chased around the house and garden by a loony old poet brandishing a frying-pan.
  • It is not made clear just why Sebastian snaps to the degree he does, but he suddenly becomes a murderous, kill-crazed loony, offing his co-workers one by one.
  • The odd person might wonder about it, but like I said, only a loony would do it.
  • If you'd ask her, she would say the man was a loony.
  • I think RK is closing up shop before Obama gets inaugurated and the site is inundated with loony leftists crying about how he let them down and conservatives saying “I told you so”. "RK Closes Down"
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