weird

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 [ˈwɪərd]


Inflections of 'weird' (adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."):
weirder
adj comparative
weirdest
adj superlative
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weird

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. is a weird [smell, taste, idea, movie]
  2. a weird [look, stare, feel, sensation, person, boy]
  3. a weird [obsession, craving, addiction]
  4. a weird [character, costume, outfit, shirt]
  5. is too weird for [me, my tastes, words]
  6. is weird to [think of, imagine] a world without
  7. is weird to [see, hear, say]
  8. weird and [wonderful, wacky, bizarre]
  9. weird [stuff, things] had been happening
  10. (there are) some (very) weird people
  11. the weird thing is
  12. weird but [true, cool, good]
  13. offensive: that is some weird sh**
  14. there is something weird about this
  15. if you see anything weird or unusual
  16. [seems, sounds, looks] weird to me
  17. my [stomach, head] feels weird
  18. feel weird about [this]
  19. felt weird to [see, hear, say, think, imagine]
  20. don't be weird about this
  21. why are you being so weird about it?
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