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A strange attitude or habit
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n. a strange attitude or habit [syn: oddity , queerness , quirkiness , crotchet ] a narrow groove beside a beading v. twist or curve abruptly; "She quirked her head in a peculiar way"
Usage examples of quirk.
Laedo wondered how many Erspias there were, each with its own artificially induced human quirk.
Beautiful forms still hinted at hidden misshaping, there were sly quirks of lips, a sidewise leer of eye.
Lips quirked, she closed her eyes and repeated her thoughts of the previous night, imagining fog that gradually coalesced into her aunt.
She quirked in wonder as the animal frantically scampered up a nearby tree.
Soberly, he cast a negligent eye over the challenge and quirked a brow at his friend.
Setting the list aside, he quirked a speculative brow at her and said nothing.
When the last geometric shape disappeared from her plate and she put down her fork, Jordan quirked a questioning brow at her, asking if she was finished.
Hiltsglen stared down at her, and though his lips no longer quirked upward the slightest whit, she realized he was smiling, in his own barbaric way.
But T had quirked a smile at her, and she drew a bit of confidence from that and slowed her speech.
Meet Bo-the-bug under the microscope of unwanted smirks and quirked brows.
Seeing the quirking canine brow, Sera assumed her pet disagreed with her assessment.
They said it together and both fell back in their chairs, pursing their lips, and quirking their brows at each other.
Alan led the way down Arapahoe through the blizzard to Eben Fine Park, the first conclusion he reached was that Kevin Quirk was an arrogant man.
Quirk west down Arapahoe, then across the narrow drive to the small parking area on the south side of the park.
Tarquine and Ardoise immediately rose to their feet, though Tarquine did it with that quirk of her eyebrows that so flustered him.