Definition of funny-looking in English:

funny-looking

Syllabification: fun·ny-look·ing

adjective

Strange or unusual in appearance: that funny-looking seabird, the puffin
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  • The way nature does it now, there's a funny-looking molecule - DNA - and a process that replicates that molecule, but there's nothing that says it has to be done that way.
  • Do you think Volkswagen would have ever been an early success in the U.S. market if millions of Americans hadn't fallen head over heels in love with those funny-looking, charming original Beetles?
  • The finding is also a surprise because some scientists still feel that Neandertals are, basically, just funny-looking humans - a judgment challenged by this fundamental difference.

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