Definition of 'lunacy'
Example sentences containing 'lunacy'
But to book him was utter lunacy.The Sun (2010)
Other measures such as ending health and safety lunacy and axing the M4 bus lane are also improving life.The Sun (2010)
Visiting the world's most popular archeological site in the height of the summer holidays should have been sheer lunacy.Times, Sunday Times (2008) Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The 1980s completely took off for us, and it was total lunacy.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
This is an act of sheer lunacy when only one of the cast, admittedly its leading female character, is a native speaker.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
But a minority have been infected by health and safety lunacy, by fear of an out-of-control compensation culture and by an upbringing that discourages initiative.The Sun (2009)
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