Examples of wonky in a sentence
a wonky bureaucrat in the State Department
She enjoys reading about tax law and other wonky stuff.
He has a wonky knee.
Origin of wonky
probably alteration of English dialect wankle, from Middle English wankel, from Old English wancol; akin to Old High German wankōn to totter — more at wench
First Known Use: 1918
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