quirkiness

[ UK /kwˈɜːkinəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. a strange attitude or habit
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How To Use quirkiness In A Sentence

  • The magazine's tony mix of intellect and bohemian chic was the perfect home for Gladwell's innate quirkiness. His obsessive theorizing was no longer weird.
  • DYNAMITE: The term applies to TNT's bittersweet Men of a Certain Age, continuing its terrific second season, but not so much to the instantly tiresome new legal dramedy Franklin & Bash, which implodes in the belief that aggressive quirkiness, smarmy frat-boy sexual innuendo and a "suits are douches" philosophy will endear its Peter Pan protagonists to a wide audience. Matt's TV Week in Review
  • In theory, it should escape this pigeonholing due to its quirkiness and cheek, yet it lacks mojo to pull it through.
  • Economically priced, they make up in lack of detail and decoration with their quirkiness.
  • The movie's so precious, so obviously delighted by its paint-by-numbers quirkiness, it's actually embarrassing to watch.
  • You will probably notice an element of quirkiness in his behaviour.
  • Aside from some needlessly sappy sentimentality and a cute quirkiness to characters that sometimes seems a little too pat, the film is well written.
  • What won our affection towards this restaurant was not its undeniable quality so much as its unquestionable quirkiness.
  • You will probably notice an element of quirkiness in his behaviour.
  • The weightless comedy of quirkiness offers its own compensations.
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