The kooky poet was rarely taken seriously except by this group of followers and his believing wife, Catherine Boucher.
Logline: A recent divorcée, with a daughter in tow, must move in with her kooky and sexually adventurous parents.
Jefferson, meanwhile, battled his own litany of kooky accusations.
Which is necessary because the characters he encounters on his journey are often way too kooky—and, well, Guest-ian—to latch onto.
In the age of the BlogoYouTweetosphere, the fringe in American politics has increasingly reared its kooky head.
I did not, but nodded yes anyway, calmed and transfixed by her kooky warmth.
Williams was, of course, playing his kooky Doctor Kosevich from the film Nine Months, which had just hit theaters.
They've all been pretty darn good to me in their kooky ways, the actors have.
Greta, I told myself, you need a miltown before the crow makes wing through your kooky head.
Of course, she didn't remember, and I had to tell her about all the kooky kids.
1959, American English, originally teenager or beatnik slang, possibly a shortening of cuckoo.
Using the newest show-business jargon, Tammy [Grimes] admits, "I look kooky," meaning cuckoo. ["Life" magazine, Jan. 5, 1959]Related: Kookily; kookiness.