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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishloopyloop‧y /ˈluːpi/ adjective informal  1 CRAZYcrazy or strange2 go loopy
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loopyAnd, of course, she has imagined for herself an importance that goes beyond the grandiose to the downright loopy.But the rationale for the project is not necessarily loopy.Birds as loopy as the Two Julies should be locked up.Even if it is just Pete Schourek rocketing across the outfield so that his loopy boss can pretend to be an innovator.These fanatics used fame as a chance to impose their own loopy private fantasy world on pop kids' imagination.a loopy sense of humorIt may seem a little loopy that computer gamers have a league of their own, with six-figure prize money to boot.
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