Definition of barmier
Example of barmier
Actually, we thought he was a lunatic - quite literally: he went barmy when the moon was full.
As he was led away to the cells, Palmer swore and shouted: ‘What a waste of taxpayers' money - it's barmy .’
But the over-protective hothouse mentality is barmy .
Do we really pay people to come to such barmy decisions?
Doolittle in My Fair Lady, is back on more familiar ground in this barmy story, littered with Wilde's razor-sharp one-liners.
Feeling hungry having not eaten since breakfast, we had a Chinese meal for tea and watched Second Hand Lions which is a fantastic film about a boy growing up with his two barmy uncles.
He draws out great performances from his cast as well - Peter Kelly's barmy theatre owner and David Ireland as his bumbling nemesis being just two examples.
If you were barmy enough to believe that the Commies really would infiltrate the corridors of power through brain-washing, then you were barmy enough to believe anything.
In addition, the unceasing soundtrack of light, R & B-influenced pop and mild-mannered rock is sending me slightly barmy .
On his own return to the Tory frontbench, Mr Hague said: ‘I must be mad, actually, I am obviously barmy .’