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wonky

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwonkywon‧ky /ˈwɒŋki $ ˈwɑːŋki/ adjective British English informal 🔊 🔊 STRAIGHTBALANCEunsteady or not straight or level 🔊 a wonky table
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wonkyThe circle these beetles had drawn was where the ground was wonky.The glasses went wonky as the upper left quarter of the head flew apart.I still haven't really settled to it because my nerves have gone all wonky being in the house.
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