Definition of nuttiness in English:



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‘Like the old aristocracy, some of them are debauched, and some of them have merely achieved the state of nuttiness it took Mad King Ludwig of Bavaria's family a millennium of in-breeding to master.’
  • ‘On the gallows Bury confirmed his reputation for sneering nuttiness by saying to the hangman: ‘I suppose you think you are clever to hang me.’’
  • ‘To Web surfers, he came off as a quick-witted scribe who kept readers amused with tales of high-altitude nuttiness.’
  • ‘This could only have confirmed her initial impression of my nuttiness.’
  • ‘After last night's fiasco, the world has taken note of Howard's nuttiness.’