What is another word for gaga?

329 synonyms found


[ ɡˈɑːɡə], [ ɡˈɑːɡə], [ ɡ_ˈɑː_ɡ_ə]

Gaga is a word that is commonly used to describe someone who is obsessed, infatuated or smitten with something or someone. However, there are many other synonyms that can be used to convey the same meaning. Some of these synonyms include "crazy," "wild," "obsessed," "fanatical," "enamored," "infatuated," "enthralled," "captivated," "fascinated," "besotted" and "head over heels." These words can be used in various contexts to describe intense emotions or excitement. Whatever the synonym used, they all refer to the same thing- someone who is completely taken by something or someone, to the point of being almost irrational.

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What are the opposite words for gaga?

The word "gaga" refers to a state of extreme enthusiasm or adoration. Some possible antonyms for "gaga" might include "apathetic," "indifferent," "unimpressed," or "disinterested." These words imply a lack of emotional investment or excitement, which stands in stark contrast to the highly engaged and enthusiastic nature of being "gaga" about something. Other possible antonyms might include words like "cool," "reserved," or "composed," which emphasize a sense of control and composure rather than unbridled emotion. Ultimately, the choice of antonym for "gaga" depends on the specific context and the mood that the writer is trying to capture.

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Usage examples for Gaga

I rung, and could not in half an houre make either of the wenches hear me, and this made me fear the more, lest they might be gaga; and then I begun to think that there was some design in a stone being flung at the window over our stayres this evening, by which the thiefes meant to try what looking there would be after them and know our company.
"Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright"
Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke
11. "Get thee gone, gaga, take up thy stand before them.
"The Babylonian Legends of the Creation"
British Museum
The curious people asked many questions, but they got no answers, and they found neither sorcerers nor wise men, they only found two friendly little old men, who seemed to be mute and to have become a bit strange and gaga.
Herman Hesse

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