from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A strange or eccentric person.
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- noun slang A
strange, odd, eccentricperson.
- noun slang An
insane, possibly dangerousperson.
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- noun someone deranged and possibly dangerous
- noun someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric
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He was rewarded with the nickname "weirdo" by puzzled teammates.
But the way he rattles through his pieces, flipping off a little of this, and then a little of that, showing off his brilliance, reveling in weirdo paradoxes, isn't going to appeal to many who aren't already smartypants autistics.
Imagined Legend weirdo is perplexed fails back on the weak solution.
Gritz I think if you take any group you will find racists, sexists and just plain weirdo's and nut jobs.
Correct me if I'm wrong but didn't the word weirdo actually first arise from Blairite counter smearing in the long running saga of Blair-Brown?
(depending on which wack-job churchy-preachy-weirdo is presenting their version of the Bible.)
I shouldn’t have so blatantly pwned that freakin weirdo so many times.
Monkey-boy Cha-Ka (Saturday Night Live writer and Lonely Island member Jorma Taccone) is a beloved weirdo from the show, but in the movie he’s turned into an annoying horndog who is responsible for about half of the movie’s unfortunate stable of pee and poo jokes.
I must admit I am slightly curious what the weirdo is up to over there, but I refuse to give in and go look – I don’t want to give her the traffic. mothergoosemouse Said,
What kind of weirdo puts pants on top of trousers and HANGS IT UP.