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That price point also puts it in direct competition with Fujifilm’s quirky-but-powerful X-Pro3.

Flip through the pages of Apple Daily these days and you’ll find it studded with quirky advertisements both large and small, some covering entire pages and others barely the size of a matchbox, tucked away in the classifieds section.

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As she settles into her college flat, she dives into the quirky and diverse world of biohacking, while her tragic past and her secret connection to star professor Lorenz are slowly revealed through flashbacks.

It is a city with much to offer – an excellent dining scene, quirky and eclectic nightlife, a vibrant arts scene, multiple professional sports teams, and a warm, and welcoming spirit.

It is a quirky, eclectic, and progressive arts neighborhood full of creative individuals.

You remember that girl, the one who was so quirky and talented.

She started out as a quirky brunette with a dream, a girl from Dallas who wanted us to love her.

The quirky chapter on extraterrestrial life is set at Los Angeles International Airport.

But what about the eloquent, book smart, interesting, quirky, inquisitive black woman, you ask?

The ladies score the leading roles while the men are left to portray quirky, comedic (and mostly undesirable) characters.

Without a word Bud took him, but the quirky smile hid at the corners of his mouth, and under Cash's beard still lurked the grin.

She snagged a piano and pounded out barrelhouse runs in quirky time as I carried the main thread of the movement on a cello.

And those quirky, idle noises this pen makes are delightful, and would break your easy fluency with wit.

Miss Hampton comes back at him with that quirky smile of hers.


On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to quirky, such as: bizarre, idiosyncratic, odd, off the wall, peculiar, and strange.

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