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nutcase

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnutcasenut‧case /ˈnʌtkeɪs/ noun [countable] informal 🔊 🔊 CRAZYMENTALLY ILLsomeone who behaves in a crazy way syn idiot 🔊 He’s a complete nutcase.
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nutcaseAnd Philip thought if anyone was a nutcase it was that boy in the wood.A nutcase, without a doubt.My personal assistant was my high school sweetheart, Mrs Simpson, who was a complete nutcase.Apart, she thought drily, from complete nutcases like myself.Tania is a major nutcase.As a result the Eurovision Song Contest delays a hard core of trivia-obsessed nutcases for four hours each year.
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