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Definition of Lunacies
LunaciesLunacy Lu"na*cy, n.; pl. Lunacies. [See Lunatic.]
1. Insanity or madness; properly, the kind of insanity which
is broken by intervals of reason, -- formerly supposed to
be influenced by the changes of the moon; any form of
unsoundness of mind, except idiocy; mental derangement or
alienation. --Brande. --Burrill.
Your kindred shuns your house As beaten hence by
your strange lunacy. --Shak.
2. A morbid suspension of good sense or judgment, as through
fanaticism. --Dr. H. More.
Syn: Derangement; craziness; mania. See Insanity.
Meaning of Lunacies from wikipedia
, the condition suffered
by a lunatic, now used only informally Lunacy
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is the second extended
play (EP) by British indie
rock band Klaxons. Released
on 25 December
2010, the album
- The Commissioners
or Lunacy Commission
were a public
by the Lunacy
Act 1845 to oversee asylums
and the welfare
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, and Madcap
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by Philip Johnston
- Dark Lunacy
is an Italian melodic death metal
band with symphonic metal
influences. The band formed
1997, when singer
Mike and guitarist
(Czech: Šílení) is a 2005 Czech
film by Jan Švankmajer. The film is loosely based
on two short
stories, "The System
Tarr and Professor...
from the Moon and Other Lunacies
is a collection
and fantasy stories
by American writer Robert
Bloch. It was released
in 1998 and was...
is the debut album
by the British
hip hop group Rhyme
in 2008. It includes guest appearances
from Diabolic, Copywrite...
- An Ordinary Lunacy
(1963) is a novel
by Australian writer Jessica
Anderson. After being attracted
to Isobel Purdy
at a party lawyer David Byfield
ill, dangerous, foolish, or crazy—conditions once attributed
". The word derives
from lunaticus meaning
"of the moon" or "moonstruck"...
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