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‘Nuts’, crazy. Now somewhat rare.
Expressing annoyance, exasperation, incredulity, etc.
1920s; earliest use found in Joseph Patrick McEvoy (1895–1958). Representing a humorous pronunciation of the plural of nut, perhaps partly as euphemistic alteration.
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