crackers

adjective
crack·​ers | \ ˈkra-kərz \

Definition of crackers

: crazy

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Synonyms & Antonyms for crackers

Synonyms

balmy, barmy [chiefly British], bats, batty, bedlam, bonkers, brainsick, bughouse [slang], certifiable, crackbrained, cracked, crackpot, cranky [dialect], crazed, crazy, cuckoo, daffy, daft, demented, deranged, fruity [slang], gaga, haywire, insane, kooky (also kookie), loco [slang], loony (also looney), loony tunes (or looney tunes), lunatic, mad, maniacal (also maniac), mental, meshuga (or meshugge), moonstruck, non compos mentis, nuts, nutty, psycho, psychotic, scatty [chiefly British], screwy, unbalanced, unhinged, unsound, wacko (also whacko), wacky (also whacky), wud [chiefly Scottish]

Antonyms

balanced, compos mentis, sane, sound, uncrazy

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Examples of crackers in a Sentence

This new computer program is driving me crackers! I think he's gone a little crackers.

First Known Use of crackers

1928, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for crackers

probably from cracked + -ers (as in starkers)

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The first known use of crackers was in 1928

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