That loon is known as “Dr. Who,” and his nerdy fans are legion.
Sticking with six brackets is supposedly meant to signal that he believes in a little stability and is not a loon.
As the loon brigades proved as they berated Precious, our humanity is the enemy of ideologues.
Next thing you know that loon Glenn Beck will have a hit TV show.
There was Sen. Claire McCaskill, fresh after dispatching Tea Party loon Todd Akin, on Meet the Press.
On the wing overhead, the loon looks not unlike a very large duck, but when it alights it ploughs into the water like a bombshell.
Then he threw off his main-hatch and "haw-hawed" like a loon.
The lady loon picked up the bunch of skin and examined it carefully until she discovered a hole in one foot.
He's crazier than a loon in most of his hunches, but he's filled four of our biggest gaps.
From the lake came the report of a gun, some one firing at a loon.
large diving bird (especially the Great Northern Diver), 1630s, from a Scandinavian source (cf. Norwegian lom, from Old Norse lomr).
"crazy person," mid-15c., lowen "rascal," of uncertain origin, perhaps related to Dutch loen "stupid person."