Examples of kook in a Sentence
a bunch of kooks dressed up in weird costumes
if you insist on painting your house bright orange, everyone will assume you are a kook
Recent Examples of kook from the Web
Trump has in the past defended racists and kooks who were part of his broader political tribe.
All five people who’ve seen 2005’s super-indie Michael Showalter comedy The Baxter also know firsthand that Williams has it in her to be a real kook.
Performances range from silly to sillier, with Johnson’s Joseph acting like such a kook that Jolliffe is consistently upstaged.
The Bakkers are front and center, alongside right-wing kook Joseph Farah of World Net Daily (Cahn’s publisher).
Better to support a teen-stalking kook, goes the argument of Roy Moore’s supporters, rather than accept the destruction of your way of life in the hands of Doug Jones.
When the Dredgers were founded in 1999, they were widely regarded as kooks.
Daily Stormer, a site for and by racist kooks, canceled after disgusting post about Heather Heyer The post includes two photos, one showing the mother of a Sandy Hook school shooting victim and the other a photo of Heyer’s mom.
Notwithstanding predictions that the eclipse would be a magnet for kooks and doomsayers, normalcy reigned Sunday in downtown Hopkinsville.
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odd duck, piece of work;
KOOK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of kook for English Language Learners
: a person whose ideas or actions are very strange or foolish
KOOK Defined for Kids
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