Word of the day : Lunatic

Posted on 29-Jul-2017


Lunatic is a noun which is driven from Latin word Lunaticus refer to madness( as diseases thought to be caused by the moon). 

Meaning: Mad, Mentally ill

Synonym: Physicopath, Psycho, insane and maniac.

Use of Lunatic in sentence

  1. Ram Jethmalani calls C S Karnan(Kolkata HC's justice) a 'lunatic'
  2. This project is not going to be successful unless and until this lunatic man is replaced with a sensible person.
  3. I am not going in Johan's car as he drives like a lunatic after drink.

 

 

 


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