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queer

And a slang term referring to male homosexuality.
References in classic literature ?
And donkeys like you are queerest of all," laughed Polychrome.
In fact, her feelings were much hurt by overhearing Archie say that he couldn't see any sense in it; and the Prince added another blow by pronouncing her "the queerest chicken ever seen.
Well, if you ain't the queerest kid," grinned Jimmy, as he turned away.
The Diogenes Club is the queerest club in London, and Mycroft one of the queerest men.
Of all the queer children I ever come across she's the queerest.
I know tha' thinks I'm a queer lad," he said, "but I think tha' art th' queerest little lass I ever saw.
I highly commended it, I think it was the smallest house I ever saw; with the queerest gothic windows (by far the greater part of them sham), and a gothic door, almost too small to get in at.
And Kwaque, leaning back in the queerest chair in which he had ever sat, was unaware that the end of his finger had been burned and roasted half an inch deep, and merely wondered when the medicine doctor would cease talking and begin looking at the swelling that hurt his side under his arm.
We always had our tea out of those blue cups when I was a little girl, sometimes in the queerest lodgings, and sometimes on a trunk at the theatre--queer theatres, for that matter.
It's time to be your queerest self and release your inner child in the process.
The news item, flashed as it was on television, had the queerest of effects on some whose pride and honour had been hit hard by the bad publicity Punjab and its government had received in the wake of the serial rape and killing of young children in Kasur.
The movie understandably concentrates on the heroism of British pilots of the Royal Air Force (RAF), the plight of the soldiers stranded on the beaches, and even the heroism of what historian Katherine Savage calls "the queerest armada in history," in her book The Story of the Second World War, writing of the assortment of ships, including passenger ferry steamers, barges from the Thames estuary, tramp steamers, lifeboats, pleasure boats, oyster dredgers, motorboats, tugboats from the Port of London, fishing boats from southern coastal villages, yachts with converted motor car engines, speedboats, and even row boats, that rescued the thousands of soldiers from death or captivity.