Definition of Crazy house

1. Noun. Pejorative terms for an insane asylum.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crazy House

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crazies
craziest
crazily
craziness
crazinesses
crazing
crazy
crazy-paving
crazy as a fox
crazy bone
crazy chick disease
crazy eights
crazy golf
crazy house (current term)
crazy like a fox
crazy paving
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crazy quilts
crazy weed
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creable
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Literary usage of Crazy house

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Long Day: The Story of a New York Working Girl by Dorothy Richardson (1905)
"They took her away to the lock-up in the hurry-up wagon, and the next day they said she was crazy,—clean crazy,—and she 's in the crazy-house over on the ..."

2. Textbook of insanity: Based on Clinical Observations for Practitioners and by Richard Krafft-Ebing (1905)
"... was the state of things during the time of the crazy-house, of which Kaulbach has given such a striking picture.1 But the time for a change had come. ..."

3. The Public-school Journal: Devoted to the Theory and Art of School Teaching by George Pliny Brown (1893)
"I am challenged to state " 100%=cost of the horse," and, from that as a basis, correctly solve the problem, and a picture of the "crazy- house" is held up ..."

4. The Journal of Mental Science by Royal Medico-psychological Association (1886)
"Some of the latter were formerly immured in the cells of a wretched " crazy- house," for long used in connection with the almshouse. Maize, potatoes, barley ..."

5. The Long Day: The Story of a New York Working Girl by Dorothy Richardson (1905)
"They took her away to the lock-up in the hurry-up wagon, and the next day they said she was crazy,—clean crazy,—and she 's in the crazy-house over on the ..."

6. Textbook of insanity: Based on Clinical Observations for Practitioners and by Richard Krafft-Ebing (1905)
"... was the state of things during the time of the crazy-house, of which Kaulbach has given such a striking picture.1 But the time for a change had come. ..."

7. The Public-school Journal: Devoted to the Theory and Art of School Teaching by George Pliny Brown (1893)
"I am challenged to state " 100%=cost of the horse," and, from that as a basis, correctly solve the problem, and a picture of the "crazy- house" is held up ..."

8. The Journal of Mental Science by Royal Medico-psychological Association (1886)
"Some of the latter were formerly immured in the cells of a wretched " crazy- house," for long used in connection with the almshouse. Maize, potatoes, barley ..."

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