daft

Part of speech: adjective

Silly; imbecile; insane.

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Usage examples "daft":

  1. By this time the tent was in an uproar, for the chevalier's wife had come hurrying in, the chevalier's daughter was on the verge of hysterics, and the chevalier's prospective son- in- law, was alternately hugging the great beast- tamer and then shaking his hand and generally deporting himself like a respectable young man who had suddenly gone daft. - "The Boy Scouts Book of Stories", Various.
  2. " It's a sorrowful thing- a whole respectable household gone daft about a couple of strange children;" he let the words drop very slowly. - "The Dew of Their Youth", S. R. Crockett.
  3. Art thou gone daft, sweetheart? - "The Heart's Highway A Romance of Virginia in the Seventeeth Century", Mary E. Wilkins.