from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A strange person, event, or thing.
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- n. Someone or something weird.
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- n. someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric
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John Amplas, Martin (1977) Taglined "A Vampire for Our Age of Disbelief", George A Romero's weirdie boasted John Amplas as the blood-sucking boy next door who may be nothing more than a twisted youth with severe behavioural problems.
If you're of the mind that O'Donnell is a straight weirdie, these clips aren't going to dissuade you.
True Christianity is about judgment, atonement and forgiveness and NOT unreciprocated outreach contrary to what the beardie-weirdie and his acolytes might say.
Regensburg = his rather controversial speech to his alma mater talking about Islam (last year?) 'What a burqa' and 'bash the bishop' were 2 consecutive days 'frontpage headlines about the weirdie-beardie Arch-Bish ...
Here's Jonathan Raban, recalling and celebrating the sui generis critical genius of that weirdie beardie William Empson:
Tiny, and he hands over the stuff we took off the weirdie.
Miss Gamma was a weirdie, the sort of old maid who never admits to more than thirty; she was our triplet.
Methinks Duke Alfric ha 'summoned a weirdie to his aid.'
They joined Mantelish and his plasmoid weirdie in what looked like the dining room of what had looked like an old-fashioned hunting lodge when the aircar came diving down on it between two ice-sheeted mountain peaks.
"He's got a theory -- such a weirdie that he won't talk about it to anybody."