Kooky in a sentence as an adjective

Firstly, they don't want to be perceived as a kooky crackpot.

You don't share their kooky, immoral motives, do you?

It's not the kooky new framework that rockets tech forward, it's tools like this.

It's a little kooky, but it's getting more popular.

If all you read in an article like this is that we're 'goofy' or 'kooky' then you're missing everything that's important and it's a waste of time for you to read the article at all.

And yes some folks are creepy and kooky and unfortunately they are vocal about their guns so people use the label of kooky/crazy for folks that are vocally pro gun which is some sort of logical flaw.

How do you enforce it on a website?I think we have a broader problem with politics; There are many people that I have a lot of respect for technically, who have political ideas I can only describe as 'kooky' - I mean, that's okay, but I don't really want to hear about it, you know?

Here you have all these smart hard working people with billions of dollars of resources at their disposal and they made a load of kooky videos that people could 'like'.The videos I'm sure are cool, and I realise that it was quite an achievement, but still, our priorities as a Hunan race are pretty much ****** up.

Kooky definitions


informal or slang terms for mentally irregular; "it used to drive my husband balmy"

See also: balmy barmy bats batty bonkers buggy cracked crackers daft dotty fruity haywire kookie loco loony loopy