One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Out of one's mind; crazy.
- ‘I think you're out of your skull for coming back.’
- ‘‘I knew I would go out of my skull if I didn't work,’ she says.’
- ‘When Rhi moved in I was very ill, depressed out of my skull, afraid of the world and generally an apathetic blob.’
- ‘Anyone who seriously thought Lord Of The Rings was going to win the top honours is out of their skull.’
intoxicated, inebriated, drunken, befuddled, incapable, tipsy, the worse for drink, under the influence, maudlinView synonyms
- ‘I hope Elvis was wasted out of his skull and bought it as a joke, but that's wishful thinking.’
- ‘People can feel there is nothing to identify with but David Beckham, and all that's left is to get out of your skull on drugs and alcohol.’
- ‘Emil's drunk out of his skull and Lexi's scared to death.’
- ‘I'm in Canada, and drunk out of my skull, mind you, so ignore me. / / thread rot…’
- ‘‘He was clearly out of his skull on drugs,’ he said.’
- ‘She's the responsible one, even when she's hammered out of her skull.’
- ‘I was bored out of my skull listening to about two and a half hours of the above.’
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