Definition of "quirkily" []

  • An individual peculiarity of character; mannerism or foible (noun)
  • An unexpected twist or turn (noun)
  • A continuous groove in an architectural moulding (noun)
  • A flourish, as in handwriting (noun)
  • In a quirky manner. (adverb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "quirkily" in a sentence
  • "One need look no further than the popularity of Stanford professor Bob Sutton's quirkily titled but research-based book The No A**hole Rule to know that in the leadership world, if nice is in, mean is out."
  • "That's right, Twin Peaks, the quirkily bizarre ABC series broadcast in the early 90s that was based in a fictitious town here in Washington State."
  • "Zaza features giant, quirkily designed theme suites marrying style and cheeky nods to the hotel's Texan roots."