Teasing; mocking: "His face wore a somewhat quizzical almost impertinent air” ( Lawrence Durrell). (adjective)
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Use "quizzical" in a sentence
"She opened her eyes to find him peering down at her, his expression quizzical."
"And because the Huskies don't travel to the Bay Area this season, a win like this would have been like scoring the word "quizzical" in Scrabble."
"His expression was quizzical and slightly concerned."