• WordNet 3.6
    • n wacko a person who is regarded as eccentric or mad
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In news:

Former GOP senator calls Palin a ' cocky wacko'.
LaRon Landry on the haters, lames and wackos.
G-8 waste of time, Wacko lib teacher.
NEW YORK – "I've never seen such a house full of wackos".
Roy Williams still recovering but doesn't hurt when he goes ' wacko '.
UFO's -or- London WackO 's.
There's an art to driving your waiter wacko .
All-time athlete or wacko freak.
Rodman: All-time athlete or wacko freak.
Protocols of Elder Named Gore Vidal: Wacko 9/11 Piece.
When noted plastic surgeon Harrison Hanafan slips on an icy patch of Madison Avenue sidewalk and sprains his ankle, he is aided by a "wacko broad" who puts him in a cab and then disappears.
Reid won't rein in wacko greens.
Rodman : All-time athlete or wacko freak.
First, of course, by their wacko families, resulting in one of literature's most tragic love affairs.
Giving new meaning to catch-and-release, a secret agent searches for the serial wacko who murdered his fiancée and takes a very special form of vengeance.