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kook·y

also kook·ie  (ko͞o′kē)
adj. kook·i·er, kook·i·est Slang
Characteristic of a kook; strange or crazy.

kook′i·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.kookie - informal or slang terms for mentally irregularkookie - informal or slang terms for mentally irregular; "it used to drive my husband balmy"
insane - afflicted with or characteristic of mental derangement; "was declared insane"; "insane laughter"
Translations

kookie

kooky [ˈkuːkɪ] ADJ (kookier (compar) (kookiest (superl))) (US) [person] → chiflado, majareta (Sp) ; [idea] → descabellado, disparatado
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Village OKs restaurant for vacant Fortune Kookie building
It's inspired by our halo-halo culture," said Kookie Santos of Serious Studio about the book's cover.
Truman Capote, the American author of Other Voices, Other Rooms and In Cold Blood, originally wrote Breakfast At Tifffany's as a novella with its kookie heroine, Holly Golightly investigating the possibilities of life in New York.
1) These plush offices for private detectives Bailey, Spencer, Randolph, and Kookson (after Kookie surrenders his Dino's Lodge's parking valet job) were captured in a song by Mack David and Jerry Livingston, which introduced most episodes of the ABC show of the same name, during a six-year TV run.
It was a kookie, sly twist, followed a moment later by a second piano falling on the show's co-creator, Chuck Lorre, who had only a split-second to gloat that he had pulled a fast one on viewers: Charlie Sheen hadn't, as widely expected, made a conciliatory return to the show after all as it ended its 12-season run.
A car jockey in the parking lot next to the detective agency, Kookie was known for his comb and for uttering words never spoken by any self-respecting teenager, such as "she's the ginchiest, man.
Switching to tinted Egyptian Paste in 1966, Kottler came closest to abstract modernism in his sculptural pots such as Madame Chiquita (1966), Kool Green Kookie Keeper (1967) and the later glazed-earthenware sculptures Lemon Punch Pot, Hustler's Delight and Radio City (all 1967) that echoed the shaped canvases of Frank Stella, details of Peter Max; and the parallellines, layered colours and curves of Colour Field painters Kenneth Noland and Jules Olitski.
A village named Pagalpur that has been wiped off the Indian map during the British Raj, a scientisthero who is trying to make contact with aliens, a heroine who has nothing to do except stand attentively listening to her live-in partner's crazy schemes to bring aliens down to earth, and a village filled with crazy maladjusted anachronistic oddballs for whom the clock stopped ticking 50 years ago - these populate Kunder's kookie kingdom.
Through a series of outlandish events, Cissy, her friend Kookie, her rival Tibbie Boden, and her prim schoolteacher Miss May March find themselves living on a wrecked paddle steamboat, the Sunshine Queen, with the entire crew of the Bright Lights Theater Company.
Now I readily acknowledge all is not necessarily sweetness and light with Islam but there are also some pretty kookie Christians out there that I would prefer not to have moving in next door any time soon either.
Kookie Salt, a midwife at Russell Hall Hospital, will be walking with her husband Steve and their two children, Elizabeth, aged 9, and Gabriella, 7.