After dinner the ould mon said the Spring lamb tasted kin o' quare an' he wondered had Oi cooked the baste enough.
She laughed at him, and answered, "That's a quare question to be askin', an' me with this in my arms!"
Anyhow, up there in the mountains we see a tarnal power of quare things.
It isn't for you an' me to be makin' fun of their quare names.
"quare women has quare notions," remarked Joab, forbearingly.
“His gun has a quare sound, Captain,” said the Irishman, appealing to me.
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!