Meaning of wackiness in English:


Pronunciation /ˈwakɪnəs/


(also whackiness)

See wacky

‘If the title ‘Business Bizarre’ suggests an element of whackiness, it is missing in the presentation.’
  • ‘Spinning arms, monocles, bow-ties, frog-suits and whackiness - what is TV doing to science?’
  • ‘Often, isn't the wackiness in New Zealand ‘comedy’ a self-conscious pursuit of weirdness, because we're not naturally funny?’
  • ‘South African cricket has had a certain destructive and counterproductive whackiness about it for a couple of years now, and it is clearly getting out of hand.’
  • ‘David Deans has a number of perceptive insights about the wackiness of mobile messaging players.’