Definition of Queerly

1. Adverb. In a strange manner. "A queerly inscribed sheet of paper"

Exact synonyms: Funnily, Oddly, Strangely
Partainyms: Funny, Odd, Queer, Strange



2. Adverb. In a questionably unusual manner. "This money had been queerly come by"
Exact synonyms: Fishily
Partainyms: Fishy

Definition of Queerly

1. adv. In a queer or odd manner.

Definition of Queerly

1. Adverb. In a queer or strange manner; eccentrically; unconventionally; oddly. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Queerly

1. in a queer manner [adv]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Queerly

queer theory
queer up
queerdo
queerdoms
queerdos
queered
queerer
queerest
queering
queerious
queerish
queerity
queerly (current term)
queermos
queerness
queernesses
queers
queest
queests
quegh
queghs
queint
queitite
quelch
quelched
quelches

Literary usage of Queerly

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

1. Pugilistica: The History of British Boxing Containing Lives of the Most by Henry Downes Miles (1906)
"... an early start should be effected, and so well was this arrangement carried out that at a quarter before nine o'clock the queerly- matched pair stood ..."

2. Note-book of an Adopted Mother: Experience in the Home Training of a Boy by Eleanor Davids (1903)
"... queerly enough, we still seem rather young to ourselves and each other. Age is such a comparative, intangible, inconstant thing anyway. ..."

3. The Englishman in Paris (1819)
"... certainly queerly supported by some of its representatives, many of whom »re literally ... queerly ..."

4. The Blindman's World and Other Stories by Edward Bellamy (1898)
""I do believe it was reading that book which made you act so queerly when I brought ... How did he act queerly ?" asked Silas. " I am not aware that I acted ..."

5. The New Jersey Scrap Book of Women Writers by Margaret Tufts Yardley (1893)
"I know you've been struck by lightning and paralyzed, you move so queerly— MR. T.—Good heavens ! Move queerly. I guess you'd move queerly if you'd been ..."

6. Steps of Belief: Or, Rational Christianity Maintained Against Atheism, Free by James Freeman Clarke (1870)
"And to make themselves still more unpopular with the common people, — which resents mostly any innovation in external matters, — they dressed queerly, ..."

7. American Practitioner and News (1901)
"She became morbid ; acted a little queerly after convalescence set in, ... Then she began to talk queerly about men, especially to the old family servant ..."

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