queerly

ADVERB
  1. in a strange manner
    a queerly inscribed sheet of paper
  2. in a questionably unusual manner
    this money had been queerly come by
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How To Use queerly In A Sentence

  • A glass of orangeade was brought to thesuppliant Empress; she looked at the glass queerly. FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871
  • Disappointment queerly stirring her, she opened her eyes a trifle and ventured a peep at him.
  • Sue looked at him queerly.
  • The order forbade them from ‘approving of’ or ‘permitting’ a sick-out, queerly assuming that they might have the power to prevent one.
  • The careful tailoring only made her look queerly skinny, not so much a boy as some tattie bogle set out in old clothes to scare the crows. LEVIATHAN
  • There seemed to be miles of dark labyrinthine passagesactually, I suppose, a few hundred yards in allthat reminded one queerly of the lower decks of a liner; there were the same heat and cramped space and warm reek of food, and a humming, whirring noise (it came from the kitchen furnaces) just like the whir of engines. Down and Out in Paris and London
  • a queerly inscribed sheet of paper
  • this money had been queerly come by
  • Lord Valleys grimaced beneath his crisp moustache -- the word grandpapa always fell queerly on the ears of one who was but fifty-six, and by no means felt it -- and jerking his gloved hand towards Ann, he said: Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works
  • The careful tailoring only made her look queerly skinny, not so much a boy as some tattie bogle set out in old clothes to scare the crows. LEVIATHAN
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