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Adjective
Deviating from what is considered normal
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“It was a queer remark, medieval in its construction, but searing in its heat.”
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Slightly ill
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“By which time, although no longer feeling faint, I was still feeling rather queer and decided to go home.”
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Having extreme or relentless concern or interest in
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“Thus, for instance, he seemed rather queer on the subject of astrology!”
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Made in exact imitation of something valuable with the intention to deceive or defraud
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“A bogus bill might be months or even years in reaching a bank where it could be identified, and a lot of queer money had been showing up.”
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Strange in a dark or macabre way
“Terrifying screams and haunting sounds surrounded the classroom, and Jill and Gwen realized that there was something queer happening.”
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(of a person) Homosexual in nature or character
“Jerry did not appreciate being labeled as queer, not that there was anything wrong with that.”
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Displaying a lack of sensibleness or good judgment
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Existing only in the realms of one's imagination
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Questioning or suggesting puzzlement
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Noun
A man who is attracted to another person of the same gender
“George objected to being perceived as a queer, not that there was anything wrong with that.”
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A woman who is attracted to another person of the same gender
“She was a proud queer who had a very specific perspective.”
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(informal, archaic) Counterfeit money
“Give us your word to let Miss Williams alone, or in you go. We're on. You're shoving the queer.”
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Pole-smoker
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Gay bob
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A person, animal, or plant with an unusual physical abnormality
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An unusual or amusing person
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Verb
To spoil or ruin (an agreement, event, or situation)
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“He knew killing Vida would queer his deal with Zoltan and leave him worse off than before.”
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To put an end to something, typically by the use of force
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To make a mess of
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