from The Century Dictionary.
- In a queer, odd, or singular manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a queer or odd manner.
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- adverb In a
queeror strangemanner; eccentrically; unconventionally; oddly.
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- adverb in a questionably unusual manner
- adverb in a strange manner
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She pronounced the name queerly, giving to i the value of ee, and almost dropping the last letter entirely.
He looked at me kind of queerly, and said: "You stay right where you are, and tend to your own business.
“A right nasty thing to do.” the sprite hummed, “True, true!” tapped the nymph, and the muse blinked queerly at the executioner, grinned and stated, very forthright:
And in the midst of it all, it came to him that Matt was acting queerly.
So low did he crouch that his head, extended horizontally forward, was much lower than his shoulders which were humped up queerly and composed the highest part of him.
Lena was trying to make out what Ivy had done to her face and, beyond that, why her aunt was looking at her so queerly.
Also, he gave amazing garblings of my tales to our playmates, until all began to look upon me queerly.
His voice was gruff and husky, and at first it had been harsh; but it had softened queerly in a feeble attempt at forgotten kindliness.
Ned Bashford's face was grave, and he looked queerly at Loretta.
I swore in all earnestness that these things were so, and he began to look upon me queerly.
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