Definition of screwy in English:

screwy

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Pronunciation: /ˈskruːi
 
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adjective (screwier, screwiest)

informal , chiefly North American
Rather odd or eccentric: my uncles were screwy old guys who had abandoned everyday life something screwy’s going on here
More example sentences
  • Anyway I like the look of your new site, but it seems your navigation hyperlinks are still a bit screwy.
  • As always my best efforts should not be trusted since I'm a bit screwy, so if you find any errors on my end please let me know.
  • You know how people always tell stories about some of the screwiest traditions ever?

Derivatives

screwiness

noun
More example sentences
  • So I took it as further evidence that the sheer screwiness of the human brain's more fantastical-inventive tendencies hasn't really changed much over the centuries.
  • Now, re-read this paragraph and if you don't recognize the screwiness of the results, read it again.

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