- adj. informal crazy
“He ` s this loveable buffoon who at times almost seems unbelievable, but you make him believable and really bring a lot of heart to this kind of nutsy guy.”
“The nutsy quotient is amplified by the entrance through a barred window of a trio of nuns hoping to see the Pope, who is planning a visit.”
“Is it safe to assume that their mother was as nutsy cuckoo as, say, Rousseau or Claire?”
“Well, Bill, we may be nutsy, but we're not 'nuts,'" I quipped.”
“To make matters worse, Levy is muttering about running as an independent and second runner-up Carl Paladino, the nutsy Buffalo developer, is talking about getting himself on the ballot as a Tea Party candidate.”
“A year-and-a-half into the Obama presidency, the right wing has become more strident and fractured due to the emergence of the nutsy fringe of the Tea Party and the resultant increase in extremism in the Republican party itself, neither offering any sensible solutions to the myriad of crises facing America.”
“SRSLY, if I was nutsy enough to bring this into the house, my intelligent & acutely instinctive cats & dog would tear this monstrosity to shreds.”
“Ordinarily squirrels run away from humans, and luckily they aren't prone to rabies or so an animal control officer told me when I found one going crazy I wanted to say "going nutsy" but that's too cute in my yard.”
“My dad, and apparently his momcat, useta say, “nutsy-booco”.”
“There has to be a balance between being vigilant and being nutsy-cuckoo paranoid.”
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