weirdly

[ UK /wˈi‍ədli/ ]
[ US /ˈwɪɹdɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a weird manner
    she was dressed weirdly
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How To Use weirdly In A Sentence

  • Eventually, the penny drops: film-making is grinding, unspontaneous, perfectionist, weirdly soul-baring work. Times, Sunday Times
  • (Weirdly, Da L.E.S. is a member of Jozi, which is sort of like if Juelz Santana were also in the Roots.) Chicago Reader
  • We couldn't believe how like a waxwork he looked: thin and weirdly out of date with his white coat on, talking on an old-fashioned telephone, with a corpselike pallor. Tarnish and Style: Why I Like Venice, part 1
  • In contrast, over the past week the weather has been weirdly warm in the north and west thanks to a southerly wind. Times, Sunday Times
  • More specifically, we see the front end design and hard lines of the Lamborghini Reventon fused into a shape that closely resembles that of the Pagani Zonda topped with futuristic styling elements like the dramatic rear end with the massive but weirdly enough, eye-catching jet-inspired 'afterburners' that house the tail lights. Carscoop
  • But the only surprise here is in the formulaic plotting and the weirdly reactionary politics. Times, Sunday Times
  • A figure in an orange jumpsuit stepped from a gap in the hull of a bulbous construc - tion vehicle and stood beside one of the thing's piston-driven, weirdly anthropomorphic arms. Wonder Woman and the Lasso of Truth
  • It's a dark relic of a space, atmosphered Thursday evening in murky stage-mist, the middle of its floor weirdly disarranged with a collection of sinister objects. Rodney Punt: The Mortal Thoughts of Lady Macbeth: A Chamber Opera of Horrors at Fais Do-Do
  • Dave, the weirdly talented man who can make anagrams out of anything, honored me by conducting a fake interview in which all the answers are anagrams of my name.
  • [But he] inhabits a completely different — and, to an American, a weirdly different — juristic universe. Elena Kagan’s ‘Judicial Hero’
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