from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Consisting of or covered with loops.
- adj. Offbeat; crazy: "the loopy energy of Harpo Marx” ( Michael Wood).
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- adj. having loops
- adj. idiotic, crazy or drunk
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Deceitful; crafty.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. consisting of or covered with or having loops
- adj. informal or slang terms for mentally irregular
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I had to drive because Richard was loopy from the Benadryl injection.
I tried to reassure him that I'd be okay, but I was already acting loopy from the poison.
This shot was my favorite: he was a handsome college graduate, she a high-school senior in loopy braids.
Turkish Batman rescues Turkish Robin and then, just like in the American movies, Turkish Batman is so loopy from a woman making goo-goo eyes at him that he reveals his secret identity to Turkish Vicki.
While Gordon Brown hasn't quite gone for "loopy" - this morning he mostly ignored Clegg
It’s a lousy first day on the job for dental assistant Nina Blackman when a patient, loopy from the anesthesia, bites her.
A lot of its stories focus on material that is supernatural, gritty or just plain loopy.
I confess I always find this sort of talk about literature's presumably mystical qualities, so far out of the grasp of the mere literary critic, just plain loopy.
All I can tell you is that it was genuinely funny and loopy, which is more than I can say of modern humor.
“I used to get called loopy,” says McDonough, adding, “but I was used to it.”