wacky

adjective \ˈwa-kē\

Definition of wacky

wackier

wackiest

  1. :  absurdly or amusingly eccentric or irrational :  crazy <wacky ideas> <a wacky comedian>

wackily

play \ˈwa-kə-lē\ adverb

wackiness

play \ˈwa-kē-nəs\ noun

Examples of wacky in a sentence

  1. My wacky aunt takes a swim before the lake freezes every winter.

  2. the wacky world of his imagination

Variants of wacky

less commonly

\ˈwa-kē\

Origin and Etymology of wacky

perhaps from English dialect whacky fool


First Known Use: circa 1935


WACKY Defined for English Language Learners

wacky

adjective \ˈwa-kē\

Definition of wacky for English Language Learners

  • : amusing and very strange


WACKY Defined for Kids

wacky

adjective \ˈwa-kē\

Definition of wacky for Students

wackier

also

whackier

wackiest

also

whackiest

  1. :  crazy 2, insane

Variants of wacky

also

whacky

\ˈhwa-kē, ˈwa-\


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