funky

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Each knew the other wasn't going to be the first to admit that he was funky.

I think Captain Smalley is funky himself about fighting, that's what I think!

He had come up by express purely to relieve my anxiety, knowing how ‘funky’ young gentlemen sometimes were over such trifles.

This “funky” seat on horseback looks bad, is particularly unsafe, and is hard to correct when once acquired.

I see many a country fellow in my time as funky as can be, and sweating, cause why?

"Why, you're funky, I do believe; the pond isn't really deep anywhere," they said.

Even Tiny catches on after a while, because I see him put down that funky old pistol I gave him that he's been loving up.

Do you know, Cicely, I've always had a funky feeling that if I ever proposed my glass eye would drop out!

Some of our beaters were funky, I believe, and gave the bear a wide berth I feel sure, otherwise we must have had better sport.

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