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insane, mad, maddened, demented, deranged; of unsound mind, Latin, non compos mentis, mentally ill; psychotic, schizophrenic, Sl. schizo, paranoiac; daft, Inf. daffy, unbalanced, touched, Inf. unglued, Inf. half-baked, Brit. Sl. bonkers, unhinged, distracted; dazed, moon-struck, possessed, infatuated; odd, peculiar, queer, bizarre, Chiefly Brit. Inf potty, Inf. dotty, Inf. crackpot; brainsick, Sl. kooky, Sl. meshuga; All Sl. balmy, dippy, batty, bats, cuckoo, buggy, bughouse, bugs, screwy, wacky, wacko, goofy, loony, squirrelly, bananas, nuts, nutty, nutty as a fruitcake.
2. out of one's head
or mind or senses or wits, Scot. redwood, Sl. loco, mad as a hatter, mad as a March hare, far-gone, stark raving mad; not all there, not quite right, not right upstairs; Inf. out in left field, Sl. in outer space, Sl. in orbit, Inf. off the wall; Inf. cracked, Inf. mental, Sl. off one's rocker, Sl. out of one's tree, Sl. off one's trolley, Brit. Sl. off one's chump; All Sl. have bats in one's belfry, have a few buttons missing, have a few loose screws.
3. hysterical, madding, maniac,
Archaic, wood, delirious; frantic, frenzied, frenetic; ranting, raving, storming, foaming at the mouth, convulsing; overwrought, distraught, upset, worked-up, wrought-up, stirred-up; exasperated, provoked; beside oneself, at one's wit's end; out of control, uncontrollable, unre-strainable, corybantic, Inf. haywire, berserk, rabid, wild; violent, stormy, fierce, tempestuous, tumultuous, turbulent.
4.
impractical, injudicious, unsensible; unfounded, groundless, unsound; preposterous, extravagant, excessive; inappropriate, inept, improper, incongruous, inconsistent; imprudent, indiscreet; unwise, ill-considered, ill-suited, ill-advised; short-sighted, careless, unwary, irresponsible; reckless, rash, harum-scarum; unsafe, dangerous, perilous.

manic, adj. excited, agitated, perturbed; hyperactive, Inf. hyper, Sl. hyped up, Inf. high, Inf. up; frenzied, frantic, worked-up, stirred-up, wrought-up; hysterical, Sl. freaked-out, out of control.

manifest, adj. 1. apparent, evident, self-evident, manifestative, Fr. en Evidence-, visible, seeable, in full view, open, public, exposed, showing, naked, bald, unhidden, uncovered, unveiled, unshrouded, uncurtained; obvious, patent, palpable, conspicuous, prominent, striking, blatant, flagrant, egregious; overt, displayed, shown, presented, professed, avowed, ostensible; surface, on the surface, superficial, Psychoanal. conscious.
2. lucid, perspicuous, clear, clear-cut, plain, plain as day, plain as the nose on your face, transparent, translucent; distinct, express, explicit, definite, unmistakable, unambiguous, indubitable, indisputable, unquestionable; discernible, perceivable, perceptible, recognizable, ascertainable, salient, apprehensible, comprehensible, comprehendible, cognizable, intelligible, understandable; frank, candid, straightforward, straight, downright, up front.
-v. 3. exhibit, show, display, present, demonstrate, exemplify, illustrate, describe,
Scot. and North Eng. kithe; declare, express, make known, set forth, avow, profess, advertise, publicize, announce, broadcast; blazon, flaunt, vaunt, flourish, parade, show off [s.t.j; expose, air, reveal, lay open, bring to light, disclose, unveil; uncover; divulge, betray, give away.
4.
prove, substantiate, corroborate, evidence, evince, certify, Inf. go to show; establish, determine, settle, set at rest, conclude.
5. record, register, enter, put down; list, enumerate, tally.
-n.
6. inventory, checklist, bill of lading, bill of
entry, cargo
or freight list; list, listing, enumeration, numeration, tally, record; roster, register, roll, directory, passenger list.

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