[ wak-ee ]
/ ˈwæk i /
adjective, wack·i·er, wack·i·est. Slang.
odd or irrational; crazy: They had some wacky plan for selling more books.
Words nearby wacky
OTHER WORDS FROM wackywack·i·ly, adverbwack·i·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for wackiness
/ (ˈwækɪ) /
adjective wackier or wackiest
slang eccentric, erratic, or unpredictable
Derived forms of wackywackily, adverbwackiness, noun
Word Origin for wacky
C19 (in dialect sense: a fool, an eccentric): from whack (hence, a whacky, a person who behaves as if he had been whacked on the head)
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