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American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Slang A person regarded as strange, eccentric, or crazy.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See cook.
- n. slang an eccentric, strange or crazy person; a weirdo.
- n. surfing A board sport participant who has poor style or skill.
- n. someone regarded as eccentric or crazy and standing out from a group
- Possibly from cuckoo. (Wiktionary)
- Possibly from cuckoo. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“We won't see a positive growth in jobs until this leftist liberal kook is out of office!”
“#107 – Well, since Little Miss Amy has gone round the bend and gotten drunk of all the winger kool-aide, we can just write her off as Ms. Krazy Kookie-kook from the hicksville of kookies.”
“In addition to Barrie Zwicker and Antonia Zerbisias, another left-wing kook is plugging whatreallyhappened. com: Australian "futurist" Richard Neville, whom you may have heard of through the much-deserved smackdowns regularly laid upon him by Tex and Tim Blair.”
“If some kook from the opposite political view disagrees with you it doesn’t matter cause they’re just an idiot, but when someone from your political spectrum starts questioning things it undermines your belief system.”
“If he gets that upset about his lemonade and he calls 911 … This guy is a freakin kook.”
“BECK: This is something that, I mean, I ` ve been called a kook now for almost a year talking about Iran.”
“May 14th, 2006 at 6:30 am leslie253- Maybe we should start calling the kook-aid crowd, the left behind people instead.”
“Texas-a man I'd never call a kook, and I don't propose to do so now, even though he has made some common cause with kooks on this issue-has said that he understood where the criticism of Obama was coming from.”
“Already the Labor party are discussing sceptics as deniers and promoters of conspiracies (Monckton was basically described as a kook in Parliament yesterday for his interpretation of the proposed climate treaty).”
“Well, first of all, we have to ask, what kind of kook are you?”
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