nut case


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nut case

Fig. a crazy person; an irrational person. Bob is acting stranger and stranger. He is turning into a real nut case.
See also: case, nut
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This is an instance where the White House denial ought to be given more credence than the commentators trying to paint the president as a nut case who's hearing voices.
I'm kind of a nut case on this, because I think hypoglycemia unawareness is more common than we expect and really is a cause of severe hypoglycemia," she added.
His child bride in Italy turned out to be a genuine nut case with an attitude.
She is a nut case and has terrible breathing problems.
Given that you'd have to be a total nut case to swim around Australia, the only possible way to do it would be over land.
If you believe in the Resurrection, many people think that you are a nut case.
Even though Richard seems to be looking forward to reply with great anticipation, he's obviously a nut case.
But that doesn't seem to stop him acting like a total fruit 'n' nut case when he crosses the white line.
Horvath's droll nut case and Kelly's Kay Ballard-like loudmouth have inspired moments, as do several supporting players.
They caught another nut case trying to pierce White House security.
Some of the above are intriguing and progressive politicians, some are merely suffering from bland ambition, LaRouche is a nut case, and here at The Nation there's more than a soft spot for brother Nader.
My brother thinks I'm a nut case," says Duvall about the Olympics, which seriously considered adding the sport to its roster for the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, before passing on it.
It's no good training like a nut case for a week then taking a break for a month.
I would need to be a nut case to even consider at this moment letting Andy Carroll go out, unless there are other solutions for that.