Definition of kooky in English:


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Pronunciation: /ˈkʊki
, ˈkuːki

adjective (kookier, kookiest)

Strange or eccentric: I like kooky foreign films
More example sentences
  • He'll probably say something kooky in his wacky language and then run off!
  • It seems Bennett was led down this road by a remarkably kooky caller.
  • And Ayesha, with her curious mix of rabid work ethic and kooky naivety, looks right at home here.



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  • It is kookily carnal, sweetly dreamy, truly over the top.
  • I like this Ted Baker shirt in a nice aqua-green; the pattern is retro without being kookily so and it nicely combines flowers with geometry.
  • I'm not talking about the free, kookily fun software here.


More example sentences
  • Sara's kookiness charms him, understandably, but what's she getting out of it?
  • The kookiness comes over as detachment or other-worldliness.
  • A little kookiness is fine.

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