• WordNet 3.6
    • adj kooky informal or slang terms for mentally irregular "it used to drive my husband balmy"
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In literature:

Their costumes were the same kooky colorful ones as the others'.
"No Great Magic" by Fritz Reuter Leiber
The Kookies tie up the calf until he is sufficiently strong to do so.
"Delineations of the Ox Tribe" by George Vasey
They are called Kookies or Lunctas.
"A History of the Gipsies" by Walter Simson

In news:

Obvious, Wondrous, and Straight-Up- Kooky Information I've Read in Cookbooks.
Mind-flames, party-bikes and kooky cars.
The Adams Family is coming to Devos Performance Hall starting May 22nd, and we want you to go be part of the Kooky fun.
We have have kooky families or at least something Kooky that's gone on over the years right.
Squaw's Cushing Crossing features competetive pond skimming, kooky costumes.
Creepy, kooky , mysterious, spooky — and singing.
Creepy and kooky in Troy.
Kooky Flatiron 'gunman' gets sprung with no bail.
What Do We Do When People We Like Say Crazy, Kooky Things.
Conway's Choice: Rand Paul Is Kooky or Extreme.
The kooky box that's almost perfect.
In 2008, I had this kooky idea to take my then 4-year-old son out to an abandoned road and throw him into the air, since it seemed most fathers like to do this with their kids.
I shoulda got Norm Grabowski's "Kookie's Kar" when the Danbury Mint first offered it.
The View 's Sherri Shepherd was cast as Plum 's street-level informant, Lula, and screen legend Debbie Reynolds signed on as kooky Grandma Mazur.
Can't put him to death if he's a little kookie.