Slang Characteristic of a kook; strange or crazy.(adjective)
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Use "kooky" in a sentence
"I suspect there is a direct correlation between the 'dumbing down' of America through a crumbling education system and the pooh-poohing of knowledge as elitist, and the increase in kooky candidates and those already in office who spew brazenly incoherent rhetoric, scientifically disturbing stances, and culturally backward ideals -- a breed of candidates and politicians that is eminently unqualified for offices they hold or aspire to."
"This obsessive fan Mel - played to breathtaking perfection by Kristen Schaal, a US comic it is currently illegal to describe without using the word "kooky" - is based on a variety of real-life groupies."
"Look, I draw a very bright line between eccentric and kooky, which is completely fine, and child safety."