- Antonyms of NORMAL
abnormal, eccentric, exceptional, extraordinary, insane, irrational, irregular, odd, rare, strange, unbalanced, uncommon, unconventional, unusual, aberrant, abnormal, amok, anomalous, antidromic, ape, atypical, ballistic, balmy, batty, berserk, bizarre, brachydactylic, brachydactylous, brainsick, certifiable, conspicuous, crackbrained, cracked, cranky, crazed, crazy, cuckoo, curious, daft, defective, delirious, delusional, demented, depressed, deranged, despondent, deviant, deviate, disordered, distinctive, distracted, distraught, disturbed, dotty, eccentric, erratic, especial, exceptional, extraordinary, fantastic, far-out, foolish, frantic, freak, freakish, frenzied, fruity, funky, funny, gaga, haywire, hysterical, idiosyncratic, infrequent, insane, irrational, irregular, kafkaesque, kinky, kooky, loco, loony, loopy, lunatic, mad, maniacal, mental, meshuga, mixed-up, monomaniac, monomaniacal, moonstruck, neurotic, nonconformist, nonrepresentative, notable, noteworthy, novel, nuclear, nuts, nutty, oblique, obsessed, obsessive-compulsive, odd, oddball, off, offbeat, out-of-the-way, outlandish, outrageous, outre, outstanding, parallel, paranoiac, paranoid, paranormal, parapsychological, peculiar, perverted, phenomenal, pixilated, potty, prominent, psychic, psychical, psycho, psychokinetic, psychotic, quaint, quirky, rare, raving, recherche, remarkable, salient, scarce, scatty, schizoid, schizophrenic, screwy, senseless, signal, singular, special, strange, striking, subnormal, supernormal, supranormal, unbalanced, uncommon, unconventional, unexampled, unexpected, unfamiliar, unique, unknown, unnatural, unorthodox, unparalleled, unprecedented, unpredictable, unreasonable, unsound, untypical, unusual, unwonted, vicarious, wacko, wacky, weird, wild, witless, way out, crackpot, Daffy, uncustomary, fixated, bananas, bughouse, delusionary.
- Examples of usage:
- " But-" " Oh, my dear, why can't we be all just sensible and normal? - "The Necromancers" by Robert Hugh Benson
- Talk with people, with real people; those who are living real lives, doing real things under normal and natural conditions. - "The Young Man and the World" by Albert J. Beveridge
- But the same may be said of every normal man. - "Analyzing Character" by Katherine M. H. Blackford and Arthur Newcomb