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weird

508 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[wˈi͡əd], [wˈi‍əd], [w_ˈiə_d]
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Synonyms for Weird:

ridiculous (adjective)

absurd, bizarre, comical, crazy, curious, dubious, eccentric, farcical, foolish, grotesque, incredible, laughable, ludicrous, nonsensical, oddball, outlandish, outrageous, poppycock, preposterous, ridiculous, silly.

Other synonyms and related words:

Baroque art, Bohemian, GONZO, Interdicted, Queerish, aberrant, abnormal, abracadabra, alien, allure, amulet, amusing, anathema, announce, anomalous, antic, anticipate, apparitional, appeal, appointed lot, arcane, asinine, astral influences, astrology, atypic, atypical, augur, awe-inspiring, awesome, awful, awing, awkward, awry, baffling, balmy, barbarous, barmy, baroque, batch, batty, beguile, belie, bent, betray, bewildering, beyond belief, beyond the pale, bizarro, blue, bode, book of fate, cabala, cabalistic, cadaverous, camp, cantrap, cantrip, capricious, cast, certain, chance, charm, charmed, cheat, circumstance, circumvent, cockamamie, comically, confounding, confusing, conjuration, constellation, contradict, contravene, controvert, corpselike, corrupt, corrupted, countercharm, crack-brained, cranky, creepy, crotchety, cuckoo, cup, curiously, curse, daft, dark, deadly, deathlike, deathly, deathly pale, deceive, defraud, defy, delude, demoniacal, demonic, demonical, destination, destiny, deviant, deviate, deviating, dies funestis, different, disallowed, dissimilar, distinct, distinctive, distinguished, disturbed person, divergent, dividend, division, doom, dotty, doubtful, dreadful, dreamlike, droll, eccentrically, eerie, eery, eldritch, elfin, elfish, elflike, elvin, end, enigmatic, errant, erratic, esoteric, especial, especially, evil eye, exceptional, exorbitant, exorcism, exotic, exsufflation, extramundane, extraordinarily, extraordinary, extravagant, extreme, fabulous, falsify, fanciful, fantastic, fantastical, far-fetched, far-out, fascination, fatality, fate, fate personified, fatuitous, fatuous, fearful, fee-faw-fum, feel strange about, feign, fey, fiend-like, fiendish, fishy, flaky, forbidden, forecast, foredoom, foreign, foreigner, foresee, foretell, foretelling, fortune, fragment, frantic, freak, freakish, freaky, frightening, frightful, funky, funnily, funny, future, ghastly, ghost-like, ghostlike, ghostly, ghoulish, glamour, go against, goofy, grisly, grotesquely, gruesome, haggard, haunted, haunting, hex, hideous, high-flown, hilarious, hoodoo, horrific, humorous, idiosyncratic, idiotic, illogical, imbecilic, impish, implausible, impossible, improbable, improper, inadmissible, inane, incantation, incantational, incantatory, inconceivable, incongruous, incorporeal, indecent, individual, inevitability, inexplicable, infrequent, inimitable, innovative, inquisitively, insane, inscrutable, insoluble, interrogatively, irrational, irregular, jinx, kinky, kismet, kookie, kooky, livid, loony, lot, lurid, macabre, mad, madding, magian, magic, magic spell, magical, malocchio, masochistic, mentally disabled, mentally disturbed, mentally ill, metaphysical, mindless, miraculous, mirthful, moira, monstrous, morbid, moronic, mortuary, mumbo jumbo, mysterious, mystic, mystical, mystifying, necromantic, new, nightmarish, nonconforming, nonconformist, not difficult, not sensible, notable, noteworthy, novel, novelty, numinous, nuts, nutty, occult, odd, oddly, odylic, off, off-kilter, off-the-wall, offbeat, one shot, one-off, open sesame, ordinary, original, other-worldly, otherworldly, out, out-of-the-way, outre, pale, paranormal, part, particular, passing strange, peculiar, peculiarly, perplexing, personal, perverse, perverted, phantasmal, phantom, phylacteric, picturesque, piece, pixilated, planets, pokerish, poppycockish, portend, portion, pour rire, precise, predict, prediction, pretend, preterhuman, preternatural, prevision, prognosis, prognostication, prohibited, prophecy, prophesy, psychic, puzzling, quaint, quaintly, queerly, questionable, quirky, quite strange, quizzical, radical, rare, remarkable, remarkably, remote, risible, rum, rummy, runes, sadistic, sado-masochistic, scary, screaming, screwball, screwy, senseless, sentence, shaman, shamanic, shamanist, shamanistic, shocking, sick, side-splitting, silly fools, singular, singularly, sinister, siren, sorcerous, spaced-out, special, specialized, specific, spectral, spell, spiritual, spookish, spooky, stars, stomach-turning, strange, strangely, stranger, striking, sui generis, supernal, supernatural, supramundane, surprising, surprisingly, talismanic, thaumaturgic, thaumaturgical, theurgic, theurgical, trippy, twisted, ugly, ultramundane, unacceptable, unaccountable, unaccustomed, unbelievable, uncanny, uncharacteristic, unco, uncolike, uncommon, uncommonly, unconformable, unconventional, uncouth, uncustomary, unearthly, unequal, unexampled, unexpected, unexplainable, unfamiliar, unforeseen, unheard-of, unique, unknown, unlike, unlikely, unlucky day, unnatural, unnaturally, unordinary, unorthodox, unparalleled, unpopular, unpredictable, unpredicted, unreal, unrealistic, unrepresentative, unseemly, unsolvable, unsuitable, unthinkable, untypical, unusual, unusually, unwonted, unworkable, urge oneself, verboten, voodoo, voodooistic, wacky, wan, wanga, warped, way out, wayward, weirdly, weirdo, whammy, wheel of fortune, whimsical, wild, witch, witchlike, witchy, wizardlike, wizardly, wondrous strange, wraithlike, wry, wyrd, your animal, zany.

Rhymes for Weird:

  1. veered, sheared, cheered, seared, jeered, volunteered, cleared, beard, sneered, smeared, reared, geared, peered, steered, neared, eared;
  2. revered, appeared, adhered;
  3. interfered, commandeered, persevered, pioneered, disappeared;

Quotes for Weird:

  1. Sometimes I use Botox. Compared to most, I use it very sparingly. One time I did too much, though. I feel weird if I can't move my face, and that one time I overdid it, I felt trapped in my own skin. Courteney Cox.
  2. Oh, yes. I knew I was weird by the time I was four. I knew I wasn't like other boys. I knew I was more fearful. I didn't like the rough and tumble most boys were into. I knew I was a sissy. Robert Crumb.
  3. So I'm more at home with my backpack, sleeping in a hotel room or on a bus or on an airplane, than I am necessarily on a bed. It's weird being here. It feels like I'm standing next to my real life. Henry Rollins.

Idioms of Weird:

  1. weird out;
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