[ UK /wˈæki/ ]
[ US /ˈwæki/ ]
[ US /ˈwæki/ ]
some wacky plan for selling more books
wore a goofy hat
a silly idea
informal or slang terms for mentally irregular
it used to drive my husband balmy
How To Use wacky In A Sentence
- A group of enthusiastic young inventors have seen their practical, bold and downright wacky ideas come to life, thanks to an inspiring project. Times, Sunday Times
- One wonders what the point of his "traditionalism" is if the Holy Gospels can become "wacky novelties". 10/01/2002 - 11/01/2002
- It was also the only time of year, we would use some of the really wacky spices in our spice drawer, like mace, and allspice and poultry seasoning.
- Some students have been making wacky farmyard animals out of modelling clay, which will be out on display.
- With the no-doubt unintended effect of suggesting that Wallace's menace and ensuing mayhem might, in hindsight, be laughed-off like a good-ol'-boy joke, "George Wallace: Settin 'the Woods on Fire" takes part of its title, and its misguided musical leitmotif from a wacky, Hank Williams party-hearty song. Film/Television: Lost Highways
- He sets all of this action in a kind of unnamed anywhere, a mildly bizarro world of wacky mini-mart customers, humdrum garden apartments and seething ennui.
- A comedy about becoming fully conscious, AND SOPHIE COMES TOO follows the three Abramowitz sisters and their mother Sophie, who may or may not wake from a coma before her daughters take control of their increasingly chaotic lives: Barbara, a single lesbian, doesn't want her wacky family's calamity to interfere with her sex life or the pending adoption of a baby girl from China. BroadwayWorld.com Featured Content
- Ever dabble in the wacky baccy? Times, Sunday Times
- Because of the wacky aero rules, drivers are relying more on their pit crews to get the cars out quickly and up front.
- The Tokyo Motor Show is not the antic sideshow of wacky and improbable concept vehicles it once was.