Weird vs. Crazy

Weird vs. Crazy — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Weird and Crazy

Weirdadjective

(archaic) Of or pertaining to the Fates.

Crazyadjective

Insane; lunatic; demented.

His ideas were both frightening and crazy.

Weirdadjective

(archaic) Connected with fate or destiny; able to influence fate.

Crazyadjective

Out of control.

When she gets on the motorcycle she goes crazy.

Weirdadjective

(archaic) Of or pertaining to witches or witchcraft; supernatural; unearthly; suggestive of witches, witchcraft, or unearthliness; wild; uncanny.

Crazyadjective

Overly excited or enthusiastic.

He went crazy when he won.
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Weirdadjective

(archaic) Having supernatural or preternatural power.

There was a weird light shining above the hill.

Crazyadjective

In love; experiencing romantic feelings.

Why is she so crazy about him?

Weirdadjective

Having an unusually strange character or behaviour.

There are lots of weird people in this place.

Crazyadjective

(informal) Very unexpected; wildly surprising.

The game had a crazy ending.

Weirdadjective

Deviating from the normal; bizarre.

It was quite weird to bump into all my ex-girlfriends on the same day.

Crazyadjective

Characterized by weakness or feebleness; decrepit; broken; falling to decay; shaky; unsafe.

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Weirdnoun

(archaic) Fate; destiny; luck.

Crazyadverb

(slang) Very, extremely.

That trick was crazy good.

Weirdnoun

A prediction.

Crazynoun

An insane or eccentric person; a crackpot.

Weirdnoun

A spell or charm.

Crazynoun

Eccentric behaviour; lunacy.

Weirdnoun

That which comes to pass; a fact.

Crazynoun

someone deranged and possibly dangerous

Weirdnoun

The Fates (personified).

Crazyadjective

affected with madness or insanity;

a man who had gone mad

Weirdverb

(transitive) To destine; doom; change by witchcraft or sorcery.

Crazyadjective

foolish; totally unsound;

an impractical solutiona crazy schemehalf-baked ideasa screwball proposal without a prayer of working

Weirdverb

(transitive) To warn solemnly; adjure.

Crazyadjective

marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness;

she was crazy about himgaga over the rock group's new albumhe was infatuated with her

Weirdnoun

Fate personified; one of the three Weird Sisters

Crazyadjective

possessed by inordinate excitement;

the crowd went crazywas crazy to try his new bicycle

Weirdadjective

suggesting the operation of supernatural influences;

an eldritch screechthe three weird sistersstumps...had uncanny shapes as of monstrous creaturesan unearthly lighthe could hear the unearthly scream of some curlew piercing the din

Crazyadjective

bizarre or fantastic;

had a crazy dreamwore a crazy hat

Weirdadjective

strikingly odd or unusual;

some trick of the moonlight; some weird effect of shadow

Crazyadjective

intensely enthusiastic about or preoccupied with;

crazy about cars and racing