Informal Crazy: "When word spread that free gas was to be found, the populace, as expected, went bonkers” ( Washington Post). (adjective)
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Use "bonkers" in a sentence
"While Stand offers a number of additional abilities to Safari, it is the fact that I can use Stand to force Safari to open all links in new tabs instead of new windows that allows me to use Safari without going bonkers from the profusion of windows that would occur otherwise."
"Look at the great social reformers of the victorian times and subsequently -- right up until the 1960s when the whole downslide into mass "higher education" in bonkers areas began."
"The use of the word bonkers should suffice as an explanation."