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  • adj. superlative form of crazy: most crazy.

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Examples

  • In 1975, Turley did what he describes as the "craziest, stupid, bizarre thing" he would ever do.

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  • "My father would kill me!" gushed Melissa Rycroft, in reference to rumors that she was doing Playboy, which she described as the craziest rumor she has ever heard about herself.

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  • Clancy Dubos of the Gambit Weekly says that as long as Clerk of Court Kimberly Butler is a candidate for mayor, then Mayor Nagin can't be called the craziest person in the race.

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  • "Emotional Atyachaar" could easily be termed the craziest of them all as it conducts a secret fidelity test on one's partner and captures the emotions that ensue.

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  • Apple enthusiast could easily be termed the craziest fanatics in the gadget frenzy world, following the Steampunks from the world of Art, if ever there were nominations of sort, that is.

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  • Here are the basics of skeleton, a sport that is conservatively called the craziest sport i ...

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  • Here are the basics of skeleton, a sport that is conservatively called the craziest sport in the history of sport.

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  • But those bloopers pale by comparison to what has been dubbed the craziest penalty in the history of football.

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  • It's been dubbed the craziest penalty in the history of football and has made an Internet hit out of a very embarrassed Moroccan goalkeeper.

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  • Forced to name the "craziest" policy favored by American politicians, I'd say the multibillion-dollar war on drugs, which no one thinks is winnable.

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