loopy

[loo-pee]
adjective, loopier, loopiest.
1.
full of loops.
2.
Slang.
a.
eccentric; crazy; dotty.
b.
befuddled or confused, especially due to intoxication.
3.
Scot. crafty; sly.

Origin:
1815–25; loop1 + -y1

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loopy (ˈluːpɪ)
 
adj , loopier, loopiest
1.  full of loops; curly or twisted
2.  informal slightly mad, crazy, or stupid

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loopy
"crazy," 1925, from loop + -y (2).
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looped definition


and loopy
  1. mod.
    alcohol intoxicated. : She got loopy very quickly and had to be helped to a chair.
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Example sentences
They make me loopy in a drunk sort of way, which is not the way to teach
  anything, me thinks.
Look past the loopy swing and see an extremely accurate driver with a
  relatively low ball flight, a good fit for links golf.
One mental task that became slightly loopy and less than reliable was facial
  recognition.
Many took his often cringe-inducing behaviour as a kind of loopy shtick.
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