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Noun
/inˈsanitē/,
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insanities, plural;
  1. The state of being seriously mentally ill; madness
    • - he suffered from bouts of insanity
    • - he attempted to plead insanity
  2. Extreme foolishness or irrationality
    • - it might be pure insanity to take this loan
    • - the insanities of our time

  1. relatively permanent disorder of the mind
  2. (insane) afflicted with or characteristic of mental derangement; "was declared insane"; "insane laughter"
  3. (insane) harebrained: very foolish; "harebrained ideas"; "took insane risks behind the wheel"; "a completely mad scheme to build a bridge between two mountains"
  4. Insanity, craziness or madness is a spectrum of behaviors characterized by certain abnormal mental or behavioral patterns. Insanity may manifest as violations of societal norms, including becoming a danger to themselves and others, though not all such acts are considered insanity. ...
  5. Insanity is the second album from melodic death metal band Darkane. It was released on March 6, 2001.
  6. Insanity (1287 AM) is a student radio station of Royal Holloway, University of London and a member of the UK Student Radio Association. Established in 1998, the station currently broadcasts during term-time and has a full 24 hour schedule covering the entire week. ...
  7. "Insanity" is a song written by Peter Mansson, Patric Sarin, Darin Zanyar and recorded by Swedish singer Darin. It was released as the fourth single from Darin's third studio record Break the News, though it was the first release from the album in Germany and selected other European countries.
  8. INSANE is a proprietary INteractive Streaming ANimation Engine developed at LucasArts, primarily by programmer/game designer Vincent Lee. ...
  9. (Insane (Eminem song)) Relapse is the sixth studio album by American rapper Eminem, released May 15, 2009, on Interscope Records. ...
  10. The state of being insane; madness
  11. (5. INSANE) What drives you most insane about English? Rank these and share your rankings with your partner. Put the one that drives you most insane at the top. Change partners and share your rankings again.
  12. (INSANE) Absolute, excellent, superlative. Surf doesn’t get better than ‘insane’.
  13. (Insane) To dream of being insane, forebodes disastrous results to some newly undertaken work, or ill health may work sad changes in your prospects. To see others insane, denotes disagreeable contact with suffering and appeals from the poverty-stricken. ...
  14. (Insane) You have suffered an Insanity.  The effects of this Insanity are not immediately noticeable, and take effect at the start of the following Period, or at the start of the Event. ...
  15. (insane) (1) THINK + [5] wiggles FT at ear. For a QuickTime movie of this sign, see ASL browser - insane. (2) FT of [5] circles ear.
  16. (insane) An obsolete term used colloquially to describe a person with a psychotic disorder. Now a legal term applied by the courts to a person who, because of mental disease or developmental disability, is unable to appreciate the wrongfulness or criminality of his or her conduct at the time of ...
  17. (insane) Old fashioned word to stop further investigation into the cause and effect of human malfunctioning in thought, emotion and behaviour.
  18. (insane) canibalcriminal 1 year ago
  19. (insane) psychopathic - 2 misses
  20. The U.S. anti-drug war and the anti-terrorist war are both extremely costly and extremely ineffective activities, neither of which is going to solve the problem they claim to be addressing.   Both are futile gesturing.   Both are insane. ...
  21. A degree of mental illness such that the affected person is not responsible for his/her actions or is not capable of entering into a legal contract. This term is used in legal rather than medical contexts.
  22. a mental disorder which results in lack of criminal capacity to commit an offense; the Virginia standard is that the person must not have understood the nature and quality of the act or known whether the act was right or wrong because of mental illness.
  23. (from Lat. in, not, and sanus, sound), a generic term applied to certain morbid mental conditions produced by defect or disease of the brain. ...
  24. The legal term for a mental disease or defect that may essentially absolve the person of responsibility.
  25. a legal term attesting that a person is not responsible for his or her own actions, including criminal behavior. (509)