Noun(1) a strange attitude or habit(2) a narrow groove beside a beading
Verb(1) twist or curve abruptly
(1) Another strange pedestrian quirk is the proliferation of underpasses in the city.(2) She raised an eyebrow at me, and there was a funny quirk in her mouth.(3) his distaste for travel is an endearing quirk(4) She put her hands on her hips, a slight quirk in her lips.(5) wry humour put a slight quirk in his mouth(6) It was a strange quirk of fate that the Queen who had ordered the crushing of O'Neill did not live to see his submission as she died six days earlier, on March 25th 1603.(7) She felt the corners of her mouth quirk slightly, tried to say his name, then fell into the darkness that had been waiting for her.(8) a strange quirk of fate had led her to working for Nathan(9) The quirk to her mouth says she knows the answer.(10) His nose was hawkish but it suited him, as did the high cheekbones and cynical quirk of his mouth.(11) There is an amused glimmer to his eyes and his lips quirk upwards, as if he is laughing at a private joke.(12) wry humor put a slight quirk in his mouth(13) She could have written a flow chart of editors' quirks , reporters' abilities, and the power dynamics of management - all within her first two months in the office.(14) Her lips quirked as she glanced from them back to Robbie.(15) It is as extraordinary and unique as the artist himself, full of all the quirks , oddities and jokes that make him such a national treasure.(16) These characters' personal quirks are as colorful and various as their day jobs.
(1) quirk of fate :: chwiw o dynged
1. idiosyncrasy ::
2. chance ::
3. oddity ::
Different Formsquirk, quirked, quirking, quirks, quirky
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