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Noun: nutbar  'nút,bar
Usage: N. Amer, informal
  1. A person who is regarded as eccentric or mad
    - nutter [Brit, informal], wacko [informal], whacko [informal], wackjob [N. Amer, informal], wackadoodle [N. Amer, informal], nutcake [US, informal], fruitcake [informal], whackjob [N. Amer, informal], basket case [informal], nutjob [informal], mentalist [Brit, informal]
Adjective: nutbar  'nút,bar
Usage: N. Amer, informal
  1. Crazy
    "The nutbar Kiwis decided to go the busking route";
    - nutcake [US, informal]
Noun: nut bar
  1. Paste of nuts and sugar on a pastry base cut into bars

Derived forms: nut bars, nutbars

See also: crazy [N. Amer, informal], headcase [informal], looney [informal], loony [informal], lunatic, madman, maniac, nutcase [informal]

Type of: candy, confect, dag [Austral, NZ, informal], eccentric, eccentric person, flake [N. Amer, informal], geek [informal], lolly [Austral, NZ], oddball [informal], sweet [Brit], sweetie [Brit, informal]