nutbar

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nutbar (not comparable)

  1. Crazy, eccentric.
    • 1996 May 9, "Sue & Mil Garrett" (username), "First question ever", in alt.tv.highlander, Usenet:
      Have Duncan and Richie been back together since Duncan went nutbar on us and tried for Richie's head?
    • 1999 December 3, "Aaron R. Kulkis" (username), "Did Aaron finaly lose his Flash.net account?", in alt.romance, Usenet:
      > information. At which point Aaron went nutbar. [...]
    • 2001 October 10, "Dan Hartung" (username), "Ariel Sharon Declares War On USA ", in alt.true-crime, Usenet:
      He's almost as nutbar as that, um, other guy.
    • 2006 September 18, "Jaime M. de Castellvi" (username), "Killfile the following people", in rec.arts.tv, Usenet:
      It seems that at least some of them did not entirely relish what they perused, for they went nutbar and the rest is history.

Noun[edit]

nutbar (plural nutbars)

  1. A crazy, eccentric person.

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