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He has the shiny vinyl good looks of a Ken doll and, when he wants to turn it on, a slightly vapid demeanor that comes off as cockeyed confidence.
RYAN REYNOLDS' CHARM CAN'T QUITE LIBERATE FREE GUY FROM A CLUTTERED PLOTSTEPHANIE ZACHAREKAUGUST 13, 2021TIME
Except on the one subject of that cockeyed invention of his, he behaved perfectly normally.
GONE FISHINGJAMES H. SCHMITZ
Another wild goose chase, but somewhere along this cockeyed row there was an angle.
HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
I fumbled around for a beginning, and then I decided to start right at the beginning, whether it sounded cockeyed or not.
HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
After only two weeks on the job, on a strange planet ninety light-years from home, you don't tell your boss he's cockeyed.
EXPLOITER'S ENDJAMES CAUSEY
Sure, and maybe that was a very cockeyed view for Dawson to take, too.
DAVE DAWSON ON THE RUSSIAN FRONTR. SIDNEY BOWEN
There's no telling what can happen next in this cockeyed world.
DAVE DAWSON AT TRUKROBERT SYDNEY BOWEN
Well, I'd had the cockeyed kind of luck to go bald at 25 and I'd been playing old men ever since.
THE OLD DIE RICHHORACE LEONARD GOLD
Dawson had the insane urge to pinch himself hard just to make sure he wasn't sleeping through a very cockeyed dream.
DAVE DAWSON ON THE RUSSIAN FRONTR. SIDNEY BOWEN
Anyway, in this cockeyed war you can look for enemy agents any place, and usually find them.
DAVE DAWSON ON THE RUSSIAN FRONTR. SIDNEY BOWEN
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