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Spell check of WUD

Correct spelling: WUD

Synonyms:
crackers, meshuga, loony tunes, cranky, gaga, haywire, batty, demented, unbalanced, moonstruck, deranged, cracked, unsound, mad, crackpot, loony, daft, bats, fruity, bedlam, crazed, psychotic, nuts, loco, crazy, screwy, barmy, brainsick, scatty, mental, bonkers, psycho, wacky, nutty, crackbrained, wacko, certifiable, kooky, maniacal, non compos mentis, daffy, cuckoo, bughouse, lunatic, unhinged, balmy.

Antonyms:
healthy, reasonable, normal, rational, wise, compos mentis, judicious, unneurotic, sane, lucid, sound, balanced, clear, sensible, well-adjusted.

Examples of usage:

1) If a man wud rather take them thin dhrink at a bar or go down to Hop Lung's f'r a long dhraw, he's within his rights. - "Civics and Health", William H. Allen.

2) Wud he let other people milk his cows? - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

3) Now tell me truly an' cross yer heart- wud ye go to Ballycraigie doore an' talk t' wee Willie Chaine as ye talked t' my bhoy jist now?" - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

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