• A nutcase refers to a crazy person; an irrational person.
  • A crazy or foolish person; a strange person.
  • Someone who is insane; eccentric.

1. My teacher is such a nutcase. But I love that about her, she knows how to enjoy being crazy!

 

2. Don’t you find that he is acting stranger these days? In fact, I’m beginning to think he’s kind of a nutcase.

 

3. My aunt is a bit of a nutcase. She lets us pour sugar over our cereal for breakfast!

 

4. Why is the reporter acting like such a nutcase? He should remember his boundaries.

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