crackpot

Crackpot - What does it mean?

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Crackpot vs Lunatic - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between crackpot and lunatic

is that crackpot is (informal) an eccentric, crazy or foolish person a kook while lunatic is an insane person.

As adjectives the difference between crackpot and lunatic

is that crackpot is (informal) eccentric or impractical while lunatic is crazed, mad, insane, demented.

Crackpot vs Crockpot - What's the difference?

crackpot | crockpot |


As nouns the difference between crackpot and crockpot

is that crackpot is (informal) an eccentric, crazy or foolish person a kook while crockpot is a slow cooker.

As an adjective crackpot

is (informal) eccentric or impractical.

Crackpot vs Crackpottery - What's the difference?

crackpot | crackpottery |


As nouns the difference between crackpot and crackpottery

is that crackpot is (informal) an eccentric, crazy or foolish person a kook while crackpottery is the behaviour of a crackpot; madness.

As an adjective crackpot

is (informal) eccentric or impractical.

Crank vs Crackpot - What's the difference?

crank | crackpot |


In context|informal|lang=en terms the difference between crank and crackpot

is that crank is (informal) an advocate of a pseudoscience movement while crackpot is (informal) eccentric or impractical.

As adjectives the difference between crank and crackpot

is that crank is (slang) strange, weird, odd while crackpot is (informal) eccentric or impractical.

As nouns the difference between crank and crackpot

is that crank is a bent piece of an axle or shaft, or an attached arm perpendicular, or nearly so, to the end of a shaft or wheel, used to impart a rotation to a wheel or other mechanical device; also used to change circular into reciprocating motion, or reciprocating into circular motion while crackpot is (informal) an eccentric, crazy or foolish person a kook .

As a verb crank

is to turn by means of a crank .

Crackpot vs Cracked - What's the difference?

crackpot | cracked |


As adjectives the difference between crackpot and cracked

is that crackpot is (informal) eccentric or impractical while cracked is broken so that cracks appear on, or under, the surface.

As a noun crackpot

is (informal) an eccentric, crazy or foolish person a kook .

As a verb cracked is

(crack).

Impractical vs Crackpot - What's the difference?

impractical | crackpot |


As adjectives the difference between impractical and crackpot

is that impractical is not practical; impracticable while crackpot is (informal) eccentric or impractical.

As a noun crackpot is

(informal) an eccentric, crazy or foolish person a kook .

Nutter vs Crackpot - What's the difference?

nutter | crackpot | Synonyms |

Nutter is a synonym of crackpot.


In context|informal|lang=en terms the difference between nutter and crackpot

is that nutter is (informal) an eccentric, insane, crazy or reckless person while crackpot is (informal) eccentric or impractical.

As nouns the difference between nutter and crackpot

is that nutter is a person who gathers nuts while crackpot is (informal) an eccentric, crazy or foolish person a kook .

As a adjective crackpot is

(informal) eccentric or impractical.

Nutcase vs Crackpot - What's the difference?

nutcase | crackpot | Synonyms |

Crackpot is a synonym of nutcase.

Nutcase is a synonym of crackpot.


As nouns the difference between nutcase and crackpot

is that nutcase is (humorous) an eccentric or odd person while crackpot is (informal) an eccentric, crazy or foolish person a kook .

As a adjective crackpot is

(informal) eccentric or impractical.

Nutbar vs Crackpot - What's the difference?

nutbar | crackpot | Synonyms |

Nutbar is a synonym of crackpot.


As adjectives the difference between nutbar and crackpot

is that nutbar is crazy, eccentric while crackpot is (informal) eccentric or impractical.

As nouns the difference between nutbar and crackpot

is that nutbar is a crazy, eccentric person while crackpot is (informal) an eccentric, crazy or foolish person a kook .

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