adjective, weird·er, weird·est.
noun Chiefly Scot.
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Origin of weird
synonym study for weird
OTHER WORDS FROM weirdweird·ly, adverbweird·ness, noun
Example sentences from the Web for weird
I like his weirder, more ambitious novels even when they go off the rails.
Which makes it all the weirder that Hamm has appeared in exactly one blockbuster to date.Why Can’t I Be a Movie Star, B*tch? Aaron Paul Tries in 'Need for Speed'|Andrew Romano|March 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It happened in the middle of the night, which made it weirder—and more thrilling.
Sad to say, as this Paterson story gets weirder and weirder, it becomes less and less fun.
One would have to go far to find a wilder, weirder, and more grimly suggestive spot.Scottish Ghost Stories|Elliott O'Donnell
A subtler, a weirder, a more awful horror is thus added to the dread of communion with the supernatural.The Science of Fairy Tales|Edwin Sidney Hartland
I venture to doubt whether he would really be any wiser or weirder or more imaginative or more profound.Twelve Types|G.K. Chesterton
A weirder creature I had never beheld; and I wondered at his following of chickens.The Romance of the Milky Way|Lafcadio Hearn
The watch may be weird, but no weirder than that of a previous night.The Forsaken Inn|Anna Katharine Green
British Dictionary definitions for weird
- fate or destiny
- one of the Fates