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wonky

(ˈwɔŋki)
mod. studious. (Collegiate.) You ought to get a little wonky yourself.
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STUNNING J Something different MUDDLED n Wonky action lets this game down
Staff at Garden Organic in Ryton have an array of wonky vegetables to spark your imagination, from heartshaped potatoes to twisted carrots and a squash shaped like a dinosaur.
A DECISION to scrap a barmy ban on wonky fruit and veg has been welcomed.
WITH his hideous, lolling tongue and shocking white Mohican, poor Archie has the kind of wonky features that would make Dr Frankenstein shudder.
Mum is fine - a bit bruised with a wonky tooth, but with her faith in human nature intact.
The other phrases are wonky, but not so spectacular.
At its best, Redl's work blends a gossamer touch with a wonky tenacity, as if subatomic pathways were being diagrammed in wire.
MIKE MYERS: Although he doesn't direct, Myers is arguably a more successful auteur than Guest, having thoroughly bent movie audiences to both his ``Wayne's World''-view and Austin Powers' international outlook - a perfectly ``SNL,'' wonky perspective overly informed by pop-culture cheese.
He had a wonky nose and sticking out ears," the source added.
CALIFORNICATION David Duchovny is in hilariously good form as a struggling writer with an out-of-control libido and a wonky private life.
CURVY carrots, lumpy spuds and twisted tomatoes are wanted for Coventry and Warwickshire's first Wonky Veg contest.
can wonky confronted Researchers at the University of Sussex trained cat owners to record their pets' sounds ba and their own emotional responses to them.
A Brussels ban on wonky fruit and vegetables has been scrapped.
A PAEDOPHILE has received thousands of pounds of taxpayers' cash to sue prison chiefs - because they gave him a wonky wheelchair.
But, broadly, results went wonky when his inclusions were irregular.