Antonyms for insane:
Synonyms for insane:
hipped, bananas, puerile, potty, Daffy, fierce, cheesy, goofy, ridiculous, immature, frivolous, cockamamie, Feather-brained, softheaded, ridiculously, barking mad, kitsch, ditzy, OTT, madcap, over-the-top, risible, warped, ludicrous, jerky, laughable, flaky, wiggy, cock-eyed, shellshocked, dippy, Sophomoric, GONZO, wacko, eccentric.
out in left field.
Other synonyms and related words:
demonic, extreme, laughable, hipped, flaky, unstable, gaga, wrong, amuck, imbecilic, fantastic, half-crazed, foolish, cockeyed, childish, fanciful, around the bend, intolerable, dopey, softheaded, of unsound mind, moonstruck, demoniac, hebephrenic, sappy, loco, featherheaded, unearthly, kookie, ridiculously, unhinged, cuckoo, manic, nonsensical, lunkheaded, crackers, fatuous, potty, juvenile, mental, fool, mentally ill, madcap, dizzy, overextravagant, paranoid, risible, brainsick, maniclike, Daffy, raving, dippy, wacky, loopy, towering, ranting, balmy, preposterous, plethoric, unreal, fierce, distracted, non compos mentis, psychopathologic, buggy, cracked, screw-loose, harebrained, shell-shocked, huffy, eccentric, wacko, steep, ditzy, overmuch, unwise, loony, simpleminded, ridiculous, bipolar, possessed, inept, tomfool, sick, crackpot, zany, haywire, witless, idiotic, bonkers, raving mad, ludicrous, unsound, jerky, troubled, barmy, puerile, amok, certified, over-the-top, fancy, whacky, immature, bubbleheaded, certifiable, distraught, Sophomoric, depressed, cockamamie, crazed, bananas, round the bend, crackbrained, brainless, schizophrenic, bizarre, demoniacal, inordinate, phrenetic, touched, unconscionable, manic-depressive, silly, Weak-minded, psychopathic, fey, moronic, undue, psychopathological, nuts, dotty, half-baked, devilish, screwball, asinine, absurd, screwy, half-witted, cock-eyed, paranoiac, Feather-brained, shallow, exorbitant, daft, maniac, bats, goofy, excited, GONZO, frivolous, extravagant, disturbed, fruity, off.
deranged, lax, indefinite, disordered, chaotic, embroiled, frenzied, inconsistent, irregular, Disintegrated, tumultuous, wild, loose, rambunctious, disorderly, muddled, out of control, inchoate, disconnected, disorganized, incoherent, tempestuous, uneven, messy, shapeless, disarrayed, inexact, unruly, formless, indistinct, disheveled, blurry, deformed, perturbed, discomposed, lawless, undisciplined, anarchical, anarchistic, amorphous, frantic, obscure, fuzzy, confused, cluttered, jumbled.
batty, brain-sick, feverish, neurotic, nutty, blithering, kooky, babbling, berserk, maniacal, demented, unbalanced, deranged, delirious, psycho, schizoid, psychotic, irrational, frenzied, Crack-brained, lunatic, hysterical, crazy, mad.
mentally ill; foolish (adjective)
cuckoo, raving, loony, nuts, frenzied, of unsound mind, cracked, touched, preposterous, unhinged, nutty, fatuous, paranoid, psychotic, schizophrenic, daft, lunatic, demented, wild, batty, irrational, psychopathic, mental, screwy, crazed, bizarre, deranged, idiotic, moonstruck, mad, crazy, maniacal.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
crackbrained, mentally ill, unbalanced, balmy, touched, raving, bonkers, hebephrenic, round the bend, maniacal, raving mad, cracked, screwy, psychopathic, disturbed, certifiable, paranoid, maniclike, whacky, fey, amuck, dotty, mad, demented, psychopathologic, screw-loose, daft, crazed, distracted, crazy, nuts, barmy, unsound, noncompos mentis, non compos mentis, amok, certified, loopy, around the bend, manic-depressive, psychotic, schizophrenic, demoniacal, unstable, lunatic, loony, maniac, nutty, brainsick, bats, wacky, sick, haywire, fruity, deranged, harebrained, kooky, crackers, possessed, moonstruck, buggy, idiotic, loco, half-crazed, wild, unhinged, berserk, of unsound mind, psychopathological, batty, kookie, demoniac, foolish.
mentally ill (noun)
Usage examples for insane:
- Q. " Are any of them insane?" - "Studies in Forensic Psychiatry", Bernard Glueck.
- Just because you have taken a fancy to that Malipieri, who cannot marry you because he has done the most insane thing any one ever heard of. - "The Heart of Rome", Francis Marion Crawford.
- Yes, he said, I know it was an insane thing. - "The Clique of Gold", Emile Gaboriau.