Definitions

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  • adv. In a kooky way.

Etymologies

kooky +‎ -ly (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • If this sounds like European avant-garde theatre at its most off-puttingly modish, the effect is in fact kookily funny and coolly self-aware.

    Thomas Ostermeier: 'Hamlet? The play's a mess'

  • Strolling through the grounds, there were plenty of kookily dressed people.

    Hamptons Eccentricity In Black and White

  • But Barker? as the show's know-all, know-nothing pawnshop assistant, dispensing gnomic advice about women and America? appears in almost every episode and is (alongside fellow standups Kristen Schaal and Rhys Darby) one-fifth of the idiosyncratic quintet that made the show so kookily enjoyable.

    Arj Barker: Landing of the Conchord

  • The episode is kookily anachronistic, but it is suggestive of why Chan arouses such unease.

    America's No. 1 Chinese Son

  • Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren are known for their kooky fashions, but the designing pair is also kookily superstitious, WWD reports:

    Viktor & Rolf's Strange Airplane Behavior

  • Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren are known for their kooky fashions, but the designing pair is also kookily superstitious, WWD reports: Whenever the Amsterdam-based Viktor ...

    Viktor & Rolf's Strange Airplane Behavior

  • The other cookbook that must be credited in the years-long process of transforming The Husband into a bonafide cooker is "The Best Recipe," which is a compilation of recipes tested to within an inch of their lives by the obsessives at Cook's Illustrated magazine, kookily based in Brookline, Mass.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • The German-born Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven was at once a sexual and artistic adventurer/revolutionary and a kookily clad nut case.

    The Lady Is a Tramp

  • Phones4U, which has benefited from a series of kookily retro television adverts, reported that half its new contract customers bought 3G phones, giving it a 30% share of the market in 2005.

    Caudwell In Bullish Mood After Strong Results

  • This is the kind of line women get in movies, when they ask the comedic yet kookily romantic male lead in the bar what he does for a living.

    Archive 2003-10-01

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