сумасшедший; безумный; умалишенный;
душевнобольной ; помешанный ; сумасшедший
- And for the lunatic fringe of the skinhead movement the swastika was clearly meant to stand again for Nazi (National Socialist).
- The man was a lunatic," Nevil said.
- Big Waimea has been described as a "lunatic washing machine".
- - In lunatic asylums, all over the country."
- It all seemed a bit pointless - and anyway no-one but a raving lunatic was going to attempt to get airborne in those conditions.
- Lawrence feels like going back and saying to her "It's all right, don't take any notice of that mental lunatic" (p. 304), thereby offering a new inflection of the erotic triangle: intervening between Swift and Celia, Lawrence displaces his own anal neurosis on to Swift while offering his healthy ideal self to Celia - or rather he seeks to become his ideal self in her eyes .
- While a lunatic fringe was organising a new party, leading conservatives such as Karoly Grosz, the outgoing General Secretary, and Janos Berecz, the former ideologist, were refusing to reveal their intentions.
- "Mrs Hodge: "Well, sir, when "e's talking to a Protectionist, "e's a Free Trader, and when "e's talking to a Free Trader, "e's Protectionist, and when "e's talking to me, "e's a raving lunatic"."
- Its interior is a bizarre mix of shabby Edwardian gentleman's club and abandoned lunatic asylum.
- Until recently Saddam Hussein was supported only by a lunatic fringe in the Soviet Union; the leader of Pamyat, an anti-Semitic group, praised him for standing up to Zionism.
- Treatment of the delinquent claims today the place which treatment of the lunatic but lately occupied, as a gross example of society's inadequacy to cope with its members.
- Bruce Alexander thus plays the lycanthropic Ferdinand not as some howling lunatic but as a haunted, guilt-ridden creature.
- The young man scanned the paper, held it out, and as James's fingers reached for it, dropped it, eyed him, and said in a carrying voice, "I see you are mad, but does even a lunatic suppose that one of His Majesty's officers would bind himself to oppose the law and refrain from arresting criminals?"