[ US /ˈskɹui/ ]
[ UK /skɹˈuːi/ ]
  1. not behaving normally
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How To Use screwy In A Sentence

  • Things I Find Important: Just plain screwy skip to main | skip to sidebar Just plain screwy
  • How is ability adjusted when is psychology screwy over?
  • That's not all the time because I work kind of screwy hours, sometimes all night and then off the next day, so when I'm home at that time of day I listen, if I'm awake. Murder Can Be Fun
  • I don't know his theology and it sounds as if it might be kind of screwy, but one way or the other, he's a scholar and and a gentleman, a science fiction writer and a first-rate Christian apologist. D. G. D., where are you?
  • I'd just as soon let this title fade into obscurity along with the screwy novel it is based on. Home Theater Forum
  • The formatting is a little screwy here, but here are the recent WA reviews for Viu Manent (the columns are vintage, wine name, score, drinking window, and current release price): Spot the 62 pointer - Viu 1 from Chile - and some Spanish | Dr Vino's wine blog
  • Besides that, he's a rookie who, according to Fox, irons the bill of his cap, and how screwy is that? Now, about those Series predictions ...
  • But it never seemed to matter too much, because the films were so undeniably zany and the fraternal team was so outrageously screwy that none of that other stuff mattered.
  • Still, when we start seeing Almunia as some kind of goalkeeping demi-god by comparison, you know things are a bit screwy. East Lower
  • Anyway I like the look of your new site, but it seems your navigation hyperlinks are still a bit screwy.
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