Definition of wacko
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Led by truly wacko CEO Lucy Mirando (Tilda Swinton), the Mirando Corporation is a conglomerate in serious need of PR help.
The ingredient labels are wacko, some of the prices are ridiculous and the advertising claims are laughable.
The satirical film’s superficially wacko plot involving an assassination attempt on the progressive prime minister of Malaysia to allow the fashion industry to retain cheap child labor in that country now seems kind of prophetic.
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Origin and Etymology of wacko
First Known Use: 1975See Words from the same year
Examples of wacko in a Sentence
She's nice but her sister's a real wacko.
some wacko has been sending the actress increasingly disturbing letters
First Known Use of wacko
WACKO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wacko for English Language Learners
: a person who is crazy or very strange and unusual
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