from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a funny manner.
- adv. In a strange or unexpected manner, especially of a coincidence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a funny or amusing manner; comically.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a strange manner
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Everytime they go on my lap they claw through the clothing before they sit on it and it digs into the skin, but they don't claw if they walk over bare skin funnily enough. aarste meow-mixer
However it looks as if George is making more of an effort lately, and if you are a fan of Fergus Henderson, who has something of a speciality in nose to tail eating, having written a book about it called funnily enough, Nose to Tail Eating, then this post is for you.
This Total Pop package is what the fans have been waiting for all these years, the last hits package was called funnily enough 'Hits!'
I'm at university in London and have not heard a single anti-semitic comment and 'funnily' enough neither have any of my very many Jewish friends.
It was taped; but, that was 1975 and I was reading about Hazel the Stripper from Victory; and, funnily enough, I was wearing this ankle-length denim jumper and the shoulder straps kept falling down and, if you could see how flat-chested, er, mountainously challenged, I am, you'd understand why "funnily" is exactly what I mean.
And funnily enough, writing to classical music can get intrusive.
Where funnily enough, we partied with Ronnie from Jersey Shore, who showed up ten minutes before closing time with Secret Service-like security and probably collected a check for ten grand.
Suddenly, the venue was split down the middle: some of them – funnily enough down the left hand side – seemed to be OK, and on the right they seemed to have a real problem with it, and started haranguing us like mad.
Last Appearance: Rescuing DHARMA scientist Pierre Change — his father, funnily enough — from the site of the Swan Station before the hydrogen bomb's impending detonation.
Also, it depends on the kind of story I am writing but funnily enough, the stories I am determined to write more are the ones where I find hardest to find my own voice.