After dinner the ould mon said the Spring lamb tasted kin o' quare an' he wondered had Oi cooked the baste enough.
“His gun has a quare sound, Captain,” said the Irishman, appealing to me.
Anyhow, up there in the mountains we see a tarnal power of quare things.
She laughed at him, and answered, "That's a quare question to be askin', an' me with this in my arms!"
"quare women has quare notions," remarked Joab, forbearingly.
It isn't for you an' me to be makin' fun of their quare names.
But 'tis a quare place you'll be findin' Orristown after England.
Isn't it a quare thing, aunt, that she should come back to this place at all?
But it's such a quare name on the outside, I be wondering if it's fur yerself and no other?
They said 'twas his heart was rotten, but oh, 'twas a quare thing to see!