- adj. driven insane
“The movie also features a scene in which perpetually stoned heroine Jill, played with half-crazed spunkishness by Stacey Travis, is almost raped by what Stanley refers to at one point in this set as a “power drill penis.””
“I took to sea and for days I floated, half-crazed and dying.”
“As mentioned here, the Tory MP paints a vivid picture of the Colonel: outlining Gaddafi's philosophies – some clearly revolutionary, some half-crazed.”
“Eventually, a half-crazed Palestinian will fight back, even kill some settlers.”
“What's more, he did appear to be setting about the Tories and highlighting shortcomings in Voldemort Lansley's half-crazed health reforms.”
“There they found countless abandoned rifles and cannons as well as a dungeon containing a half-crazed woman with a wooden leg and a long, black trench coat, plus a tent with a sign on it that said DO NOT DISTURB in French.”
“Brothers danced like half-crazed bohunks on speed, swung their life-weary arms to the wail of Denver.”
“Perhaps the sight of a half-crazed Medusa in unwashed bedroom attire was enough to make him duck and cover.”
“It's a story about longing, about getting what you want and having to live with that as the delirious, half-crazed passion subsides.”
“When so many politicians are involved, and there's an emergency on, all sorts of ideas that sound half-crazed or just highly unlikely can still end up being implemented.”
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Adjectively used nominal phrases with a "-" inside.
are a lot of these halfs half-thought-out?
half as good as most lists
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