weirdo


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weirdo

(ˈwɪrdo)
n. a strange person. She is sure a weirdo lately.
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That weirdo could be my dad," exclaimed Matilda (Lydia Wilson), who has been on a mission to uncover the mystery of the missing girl Carys - who may or may not be her.
Weirdo Shrine, La Luz's second album, is therefore most welcome.
Page 336, top: Raymond Pettibon, Page 336, bottom: Dash Snow, Page 337, top: Weirdo Dave, Page 337, bottom: Hamburger Twice-Tolled Bells, 1996.
I'm kind of a weirdo, creative Valley Girl who smokes pot.
Take the self-revelatory, folky "(Still A) Weirdo," in which she acknowledges that she's "still a weirdo, after all these years.
A companion to Jordan's Weirdo Deluxe (2005) this collection presents the quirky, creepy "low brow" art of 24 contemporary artists from the US and Canada, along with interviews.
Weirdo count Not weirdos but annoying city types who have stopped off on their way back to their trendy south London flat to shout things like ``great shot'' when it goes straight up in the air and ``I did not see that coming'' when it goes down a fielder's throat.
Unfortunately, the only guy who does notice her is the academy's new student, a weirdo named Tien who is actually an elf in disguise (he wears a hat to cover his ears).
By 1983, you could turn to a number of fanzines, comics, and weirdo institutions such as the Church of the Sub-Genius, a satiric cult founded by some Illuminatus
But say out loud that you are a Catholic and it can be guaranteed that people will think that you are a complete weirdo.
Yet there was no answer, But then I saw this weirdo thing That looked a lot like Prancer
In addition, Grasper has gill-like flaps along its sides -- a feature seen in only one other Cambrian animal, a weirdo called Opabinia that resembles a swimming vacuum cleaner.
are quick to blame Steve for the smash, at least Michelle finally knows why he's been acting like such a weirdo.
40PM Weirdo aunt Christine Lahti takes orphaned teenage sisters under her wing in a conservative Idaho town in the 1950s.
The thing is that even though I'm not a kind of weirdo anymore, definitely not a loner, and grown-up enough now to understand that I'm not the most interesting, I'm still in love with that holiday.