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  • adj. Alternative form of meshuggener.
  • n. Alternative form of meshuggener.


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  • Morgan, meanwhile, suggested that Cowell was a "meshugenah" for specifically requesting that he conduct the interview.

    Totally Jewish News Feed

  • “We believe it would be meshugenah not to include parents in the education of our children,” said Mr. Monserrate, of Queens.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Dipping into his Yiddish dictionary, the mayor added that taking the summer off without extending mayoral control would be “meshugenah.”

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • The former poster is simply meshugenah, and somehow I doubt is even Latino.

    Villaraigosa Starts Sabotaging Angelides

  • I wouldn't be suprise if their is some overlay between the two groups, and I have a feeling that that meshugenah hate conference would be productive in producing even more stupid racist theories.

    Villaraigosa Starts Sabotaging Angelides

  • Why don't you get a big hat or something so we can see you through this meshugenah crowd already?

    Archive 2006-09-17

  • They will come back over and over again, and while that sad fact may make it seem as if criticizing them is a lost cause, if you're going to do it, don't get caught up on the fidgety fast-cuts or the crappy camera filters or the silly subplot du jour or the meshugenah flashbacks.

    The House Next Door

  • “As opposed to loosely using the word ‘meshugenah,’ we would also say we don’t need a yenta on the other side of this argument and this debate.”

    The Little Dictator Who Couldn't


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