Pronunciation of Crazy
/k_ɹ_ˈeɪ_z_ɪ/, /kɹˈe͡ɪzɪ/, /kɹˈeɪzɪ/
Antonyms for crazy:
habitual, stolid, both oars in water, orderly, routine, well-adjusted, everyday, commonplace, conformist, apathetic, disinclined, standard, careful, more oriented, serious, insouciant, balanced, calm, valid, reluctant, expected, sound, aloof, unremarkable, all there, unconcerned, loath, languorous, dislike, wise, workaday, healthy, lukewarm, having all marbles, rational, having marbles, conservative, casual, sage, languid, unexcited, halfhearted, direct, of sound mind, prosaic, believeable, most oriented, garden, sagacious, playing with full deck, usual, linear, selfpossessed, detached, happy, sane, conventional, run-of-the-mill, uninterested, responsible, ordered, fair minded, hate, judicious, unexceptional, fairminded, spiritless, uneager, in one's right mind, sensible, frequent, unenthusiastic, averse, unneurotic, nonchalant, regular, logical, in ones right mind, in one right mind, straightaway, both oars water, uniform, average, customary, disinterested, symmetrical, straight, right minded, unwilling, even, common, sapient, wonted, level, indifferent, normal, collected, incurious, oriented, hesitant, smart, clear, typical, well-advised, predictable, impassive, ordinary, lackadaisical, in right mind, prudent, realistic, rightminded, reasonable.
Usage examples for crazy:
- You wouldn't do a crazy thing like that. - "The Prophetic Camera", John McGreevey.
- Your father must be crazy! - "Frank's Campaign or the Farm and the Camp", Horatio Alger, Jr..
- I say we got, anyw'y, eleven pounds of this stuff, and I 'appen to know that Bendemeer's fair crazy after it. - "Where the Pavement Ends", John Russell.