Definition of Kookie

1. Adjective. Informal or slang terms for mentally irregular. "It used to drive my husband balmy"




Definition of Kookie

1. kooky [adj KOOKIER, KOOKIEST] - See also: kooky

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kookie

konning
kons
kontakia
kontakion
konyaite
konze
koodoo
koodoos
kook
kook cord
kookaburra
kookaburras
kooked
kookeries
kookery
kookie (current term)
kookier
kookiest
kookily
kookiness
kookinesses
kooking
kookish
kookishness
kookoom
kooks
kooky
kool
koolah
koolahs

Literary usage of Kookie

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of London by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1873)
"It was from this station, which, in the kookie language, is called "Thang Sang," the "Commanding Hill," that I made the final observations to Kansa Tong, ..."

2. Travels and Adventures in the Province of Assam, During a Residence of by John Butler (1855)
"The kookie chiefs have likewise frequently visited me at Now-Gong; and whenever I put the question to them, whether they did not eat the flesh of human ..."

3. Catalogue of the Objects of Indian Art Exhibited in the South Kensington Museum by Henry Hardy Cole (1874)
"SWORD, straight blade, with curved projection at the point, the handle of carved wood bound with cane. Indian (kookie). Lent by William Tayler, Esq. 754. ..."

4. Thado Grammar by Thomas Callan Hodson (1905)
"Contains a short kookie Vocabulary on pp. 388 and. It does not agree with any of the known Kuki languages. The numerals seem to be old Kuki. Stewart, Lient. ..."

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