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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquirkyquirk‧y /ˈkwɜːki $ -ɜːr-/ adjective  STRANGEunusual, especially in an interesting way I like his quirky sense of humour.quirkily adverbquirkiness noun [uncountable]
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quirkya quirky, hour-long TV dramaBrave personal sacrifices are juxtaposed with quirky moments.Stacy's rise to orchestra fame is a quirky one.Ramsey, who grew up in a quirky Pennsylvania family, went for a long bike ride in August 1968.And when she asked he merely gave his quirky smile.Instead, the campaign focuses on passengers in a series of quirky, surreal dream sequences.Through the 1930s such quirky turns were more and more discouraged in holiday venues.If you like mighty, if quirky, war machines, then you can choose steam tanks and war wagons.
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