American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Containing or producing nuts: nutty trees.
- adj. Having a flavor like that of nuts: The wild turkey often has a nutty taste when cooked.
- adj. Slang Crazy; idiotic: a nutty idea.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Abounding in nuts.
- Having the flavor of nuts: as, nutty wine.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Abounding in nuts.
- adj. Having a flavor like that of nuts.
- adj. slang Crazy; insane; loony; batty; nuts.
- adj. informal or slang terms for mentally irregular
- adj. having the flavor of nuts
“He'll never be president – I don't care how purified he gets in nutty SC.”
“To explain nutty Israel politics with the election system is just laughable.”
“Baked in with the parsnips in foil, a little olive oil, salt and black pepper they have a pleasing, some describe as nutty, taste.”
“I LOVE the new soft drink, and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys the general adventures that can be enjoyed in Japanese nutty snack cuisine.”
“After O'Donnell's shocking primary victory over Rep. Mike Castle last week, Rove spoke with Hannity about the un-electability and "nutty" - ness of the one-time Christian right crusader turned Tea Party-backed Senate candidate.”
“OMG, you are beyond insane, you’re just plain nutty patootie.”
“These examples are fairly tame and recognizable; most people can swallow the idea of nutty mushrooms and earthy shellfish.”
“It takes two to three times longer to cook than the milled version of the same variety, and has a chewy texture and a rich aroma, often described as nutty.”
“The President is perfectly satisfied allowing the Republicans to debate among themselves how they will raise taxes on middle income families in order to pay for the tax proposals that one candidate described as a nutty idea.”
“The so-called nutty flavor of some bread is due to the action of these ferment bodies and, when intensified, it becomes objectionable.”
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