[ UK /wˈækə‍ʊ/ ]
[ US /ˈwækoʊ/ ]
  1. a person who is regarded as eccentric or mad
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How To Use wacko In A Sentence

  • No longer will they associate it with nutters, wackos and the irredeemably mad.
  • Soon, the talk-show producer decides she has not found Mr Right but a certifiable wacko.
  • If you see the comments in Val's previous posts where she implies the movie about Batman bared responsibility for 5 wackos out of millions killing people, you can see that it's just a bunch of reasonable posts calling her out for being a loon, also you can see her clear descent into madness as she replies. Soldier dressed as The Joker killed in standoff | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
  • Still, you have to admire his ability to make a long established religion seem like some sort of wacko cult.
  • Clearly they get a lot of dumb illiterate wackos writing in, but I bet most publications do, quite frankly, and they don't publish 'em, by and large.
  • I guess it was just a couple of wacko losers in Brazil with nothing better to do.
  • The seven-second delay is the system radio and TV stations have used for decades to filter out wackos and expletivists (hey!)
  • Not some fringe wacko doctor, but a doctor with significant power over a large hospital.
  • Malkin is an unbelievable wacko, who is a couter wannabe. Associated Press To The Rescue! Palin Was Thoroughly Vetted, After All!
  • At least you'll know you're not the only one dealing with all this wacko stuff.
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