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.’
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  • 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.
  • He'll probably say something kooky in his wacky language and then run off!
  • Actually, I am still more annoyed by those lava lamps and balls, and now Google's aren't-we-kooky-as-ever dinosaur statue on its campus.
  • Can he pass the message along to my AG kooky nellie? Think Progress » Kansas Attorney General Refuses To Sue Federal Government Over Health Care Reform
  • Some warmed to its kooky charms while others gave it a frosty reception.
  • The detailed depiction of each sub-culture and craft and the style of presentation is so engaging that it does not matter that the big picture in the background is plainly kooky.
  • I suspect there is a direct correlation between the 'dumbing down' of America through a crumbling education system and the pooh-poohing of knowledge as elitist, and the increase in kooky candidates and those already in office who spew brazenly incoherent rhetoric, scientifically disturbing stances, and culturally backward ideals -- a breed of candidates and politicians that is eminently unqualified for offices they hold or aspire to. Rizwan A. Rahmani: The Anti-Intellectualization of America and Commensurate Candidates
  • GOFF: The official terminology, I believe, for a political move like that is called a kooky (ph) one, a wacky one, a loopy one. CNN Transcript Dec 30, 2007
  • We knit and crochet crazy creatures and kooky things, then leave our little stitched stories all over London. Times, Sunday Times
  • Most of his commentators spruiked the usual ad hominems which come to think of it, if I was that Kooky and irrelevant, why would they spend so much intellectual capital on a no body? Thompson, Hardy, Hemp and the Snows of Kilimanjaro « Climate Audit
  • Have a Zany Person: No matter what genre you choose to violate, every screenplay benefits from having a kooky character.
  • She is often self-conscious and uncomfortable, and seems a little kooky because that is just the other side of shy. Times, Sunday Times
  • With folk song - and sea chantey-inflected songs by Steve Goers, a book and lyrics by Alyn Cardarelli and lively direction by Paul Bosco McEneaney, the production is one part cozy adventure and three parts kooky shiver-me-timbers atmospherics. Imagination Stage's 'How I Became a Pirate" is a matey good play for kids
  • Luckily, I'm 90\% resourceful, creative optimist (and kooky, neurotic practicalist-if-that's-a-word for the other ten). Weddingbee
  • The kooky pair have been dating for less than a year, but Tom's recent health scare swiftly brought the two together.
  • Once again happy, healthy and whole, the Swedish thrashers with a meaningful message and a kooky name are ready to embark on a journey of music and merriment.
  • Wise, charming and kooky in equal measure, the last thing this e-mail conveyed was emotional impoverishment.
  • Of course, I knew all along that kooky nellie was filing a lawsuit against hcr just to rile up his base .. Think Progress » Top Republicans: ‘Be Politically Honest,’ Health Care Reform Repeal Campaign Is Merely ‘A Symbol’
  • But I'm finally ready to deliver another once of those wonderfully kooky recaps you've all come to care so little about.
  • Where kooky, zany, and madcap meet is the locus of Jacquelyn Reingold's modest but spunky comedy String Fever.
  • And a lot of what they say makes sense to me, but some of it winds up sounding a little kooky.
  • She is utterly unaffected, slightly kooky, which is endearing. Times, Sunday Times
  • But company president Mike Rangel says he prefers kooky brew names, plus the term Scottish describes the style (after all, this is the brewery that's given us the brew handles Shiva, Smoky Mountain News
  • It's a kooky mindblower that deserves a pat on the back. The Sun
  • Uderzo's kooky illustrations and funky fashion sense has contributed a lot to the Asterix charm.
  • We do miss your kooky yet lovable characters that are perfect for Saturday afternoon matinees.
  • Either by accident or by design, Hawks created a rather kooky film instead of the hard-boiled movie that it pretends to be.
  • Fritz The Cat's world is populated by all kinds of crazy and kooky characters.
  • Have fun with this look by teaming a staple stretchy tube skirt with kooky accessories and bright high tops. The Sun
  • Far from the stereotyped image of a kooky doomsday prepper, he was matter-of-fact and said that prepping was a kind of insurance.
  • You think you look cute, cuddly and kooky. Times, Sunday Times
  • I'm particularly fond of a garrya eliptica, a kooky shrub with foot-long tassels. Globe and Mail
  • Given the foregoing, I am not entirely sure whether the author of the essay linked to in this post is a little on the kooky side or not.
  • Look, I draw a very bright line between eccentric and kooky, which is completely fine, and child safety. CNN Transcript Oct 15, 2009
  • Its beauty lay in its other-worldliness, its tone of kooky mystery.
  • When people stop caring about your kooky ensembles, just put on a normal frock and heels. The Sun
  • But this kooky flea circus is still worth a visit. The Sun
  • His kooky gestures, facial expressions, attitude, and delivery were all perfect.
  • She `s got red hair and dangly ear-rings that make her look kooky. A MEANS TO EVIL
  • We knit and crochet crazy creatures and kooky things, then leave our little stitched stories all over London. Times, Sunday Times
  • Debate is stifled, and conservatives either go in the closet or get to be seen as slightly kooky.
  • Old friends were alienated by her increasingly kooky and embattled militance. Early Right-Wing Whackwits
  • I wonder if kooky, free-spirited Suzette will teach her how to love life again by the final credits?
  • It seems Bennett was led down this road by a remarkably kooky caller.
  • The kooky bird suits are heavily featured in the film's posters.
  • The younger generation look plain kooky in their big black overcoats emblazoned with East German military memorabilia.
  • The set, lighting, costumes and props - along with a kooky, swinging Vegas-style soundscape - are outstanding.
  • From barbershop quartets to gospel close-harmony groups to doo-wop to the kooky a cappella experiments, vocals-only pop music has a long history.
  • Doonan sees these provocateurs not as a bunch of kooky broads but as important representatives of the evolution of women's culture.
  • The new barman didn't believe in the supernatural or poltergeists or anything kooky like that, he just knew an useful ally when he saw one.
  • Artist-film-maker Miranda July's wide-eyed kooky persona has never been more painfully self-regarding than it is in her drivelsome relationship break-up fantasy The Future. Berlin film festival – review
  • 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.’
  • I wish the people here in VA could give a coherent answer to why they voted for kooky nellie as our AG .. Think Progress » Pawlenty Admits That ‘There’s Probably Some Political Overtones To’ Health Care Lawsuit
  • But, I figure those two wonderful, kooky kids could hook her up with the best places to go for music and fun.
  • This obsessive fan Mel - played to breathtaking perfection by Kristen Schaal, a US comic it is currently illegal to describe without using the word "kooky" - is based on a variety of real-life groupies. Culture | guardian.co.uk
  • I was displeased that the Iran correspondent of Al-Akhbar newspaper--of all places--called the kooky Iran holocaust "conference" "courageous. Sunday, December 31, 2006
  • At best, O'Neill's kooky book is highly marginal; more reasonably judged, the book is a joke.
  • The interior is a kooky mix of reclaimed wooden floors and walls alongside antique furnishings. Times, Sunday Times
  • Steal her kooky superhero style by teaming a metallic cover-up with a ladylike tote and shiny shoes. The Sun
  • Despite all the data pointing that way, the MSMers were still predicting maybe 15 or 16 pickups in the House, maybe cut in to the Republican majority a bit in the Senate, but any talk of taking back both houses was just naive netroot kookytalk. Poll: Obama And McCain Tied -- In Deep-Red Indiana!
  • Gawd, why do I have to be from the same state as kooky nellie? Think Progress » Why George Washington would disagree with the right wing about health care’s constitutionality.
  • The first message was from one of my roommate's kooky friends, so I turned up the volume.
  • The pendant is okay - pleasingly kooky, even - if worn under a jilbab, however. Times, Sunday Times
  • Also when I read Allan Bomhard or other Nostraticists, I try consciously to not get stuck into absolutive thinking and pre-judge people as either 100% kooky or 100% infallible. Allan Bomhard's "Toward Proto-Nostratic"
  • PETE: Another classic from the kooky singer. The Sun
  • I blame it all on becca who called me in the middle of the night to talk to me all about how the two best friends names are Kate and Becca and that the main character lives in apartment 601 as my address and other kooky details that i have been trying to forget nightly since i saw that movie, And then every sound is that kid coming out of the television and im only writing about it now in order to expunge as i fear she will grab hold of my foot from under the desk and eat me or turn me into something decomposing or whatever it is she does. i-claudius Diary Entry
  • Following an onstage nervous breakdown, Bamford moves back to her cold and kooky family in Minnesota to get her head together.
  • Sadly, this kooky premise solidifies into formula: monster is fought and maiden won, with no surprises. Times, Sunday Times
  • In this year's series she came across as sweet, kind and slightly kooky. The Sun
  • Maybe it's the Maori ancestral blood going all kooky at being reunited with its ancient habitat?
  • It's a kooky film that should've been just a bit longer.
  • What they were trying to do was commendable, it's just that they were a little kooky about it. Times, Sunday Times
  • Officials and the media have pushed him into a corner by painting his farming methodology as kooky, religious woo-woo.
  • We knit and crochet crazy creatures and kooky things, then leave our little stitched stories all over London. Times, Sunday Times
  • Their comportment and appearance are not kooky by any means.

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