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Word of the Day 04/20/19 Madcap

Madcap (adjective, noun)
madcap [mad-kap]
(previously 05-06-13)

1. wildly or heedlessly impulsive; reckless; rash: a madcap scheme.

2. a madcap person.

wild, stupid, rash, brash, foolhardy, foolish, frivolous, harebrained, heedless, hotheaded, ill-advised, imprudent, incautious, inconsiderate, lively, reckless, thoughtless

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Origin: First recorded in 1580–90; mad + cap

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