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noun as in freak, oddball

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“I’m a fan of deformed, colorful, weirdo art, so his site resonates with me — it’s genuinely experimental,” Furie says.

A champion of self-love and determination, India’s dynamic new single is packed with an alt-vibe that a weirdo like myself greatly appreciates.

He played the geek, the weirdo, the one who clearly didn’t fit in with the cool kids of Bayside High, yet they accepted him in their circle anyway.

In a message to critics, Fey and Carlock describe the show as “ensemble workplace comedy among a coterie of weirdos.”

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One percent is also frequent enough not to be completely unexpected, and we have found some signs that our solar system isn’t a complete weirdo, including the discovery of a handful of reasonable analogs to our own Jupiter.

That was the first time that I was like ,“Oh, I could be a weirdo and do this weird thing and it will be fun.”

And America: A 7-foot weirdo, with long hair, can walk around anonymously in New York.

“Shake It Off” and its accompanying music video are all about being a goober and dancing like an offbeat weirdo.

Although, I think all those ghetto/goth kids are doing something with Melissa Burns; all the weirdo kids.

Another was a French weirdo, so maybe that was written for me as well.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to weirdo, such as: crackpot, geek, misfit, case, character, and eccentric.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.