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fruitcake

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfruitcakefruit‧cake /ˈfruːtkeɪk/ noun  1 [countable, uncountable]DFD a cake that has dried fruit in it2 [countable] informalNORMAL someone who is mentally ill or behaves in a strange way He’s an absolute fruitcake. You really are nutty as a fruitcake (=crazy).
Examples from the Corpus
fruitcakeVivid memories of her childhood holidays go on and on about birthday cakes, pumpkin pies, fruitcakes, and homemade candy.I figured he must have been a real fruitcake to write a letter like that.They're largely similar to the Christmas versions but minus the fruitcake and cards and plus beach bags and sun hats.He wasn't going to show this fruitcake he was nervous.
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