Given to quirks or idiosyncrasies; strange in a somewhat silly, awkward manner, potentially cute.(adjective)
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Use "quirky" in a sentence
"But the C programming language, which he called "quirky, flawed, and an enormous success," is the basis of nearly every programming and scripting tool, whether they use elements of C's syntax or not."
"We cannot fully answer this question without knowing more about your DO NOT QUERY US WE ARE ANONYMOUS project, but it sounds as though yes, you should query agents who specialize in "quirky" commercial fiction."
"Katrinka: when it doesnt have the kind of professional look you desire, you just call it quirky or whimsical and it becomes a special form of art."