He began, he recalls, by setting forth a cockeyed premise: the Marx brothers selling modern art.
The other was cockeyed, half its gears set higher than the other half.
It wouldn't do to get cockeyed drunk now, out of respect to the ladies.
For some cockeyed reason, I thought of it when Anti was out there.
You and I have been in this cockeyed war too long to think that everything is all cut and dried.
Except on the one subject of that cockeyed invention of his, he behaved perfectly normally.
Another wild goose chase, but somewhere along this cockeyed row there was an angle.
Maybe it's just a cockeyed dream, and I'm going to wake up stone dead!
Anyway, in this cockeyed war you can look for enemy agents any place, and usually find them.
I was cockeyed enough to follow Miller's example and found out how much it really hurt.
Askew; crooked; Slonchways: He put his hat on cockeyed and got a polite chuckle (1910s+)