kooky

[ US /ˈkuki/ ]
[ UK /kˈuːki/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. informal or slang terms for mentally irregular
    it used to drive my husband balmy
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How To Use kooky In A Sentence

  • Brains We all wanted to dress like her in that kooky Fifties vintage style. The Sun
  • It seems like only yesterday that you were a kooky bunch of English kids with a funny logo, a taste for Marx and a fetish for vintage synthesizers.
  • When people stop caring about your kooky ensembles, just put on a normal frock and heels. The Sun
  • I knew they couldn't have been serious about that kooky plan.
  • Is my AG kooky nellie really going to speak ayt one of these rallies? Think Progress » Michigan Militia plans ‘open carry’ gun tea party to ‘take the stigma out of the word militia.’
  • She is very much in the development stage: a kooky, 27-year-old adultescent who can't get her life together. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wood fires are not known for their steel-melting capacity, but after a carbarn fire a steel trolley car resembles a plastic model which has been left near a hot stove a little too long which trivially debunks the kooky theories. lies
  • She reckoned his kooky looks and responsive personality would make him the ideal house pet and, for four years, life was quiet.
  • Lock brings convincing girlishness and kooky charm to the role of Laura; she's particularly funny in an early scene in which the girl -- dressed in pajamas and a helmet -- pretends to be an astronaut. 'If You Give a Pig a Pancake': Holly Twyford goes hog wild
  • And Ayesha, with her curious mix of rabid work ethic and kooky naivety, looks right at home here.
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