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wierd

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AdjectiveEdit

wierd

  1. Misspelling of weird.
    • 1929 December, Boys’ Life, Volume 19, Number 12, Boy Scouts of America, page 61:
      The effect is very wierd and startling, especially when viewed after dark.
    • 2002, Edward F. Little, A Future Metaphysics (page 72)
      With all of these things you can do some pretty wierd things to your original triangle.
    • 2005, John K. Gilbert, Constructing worlds through science education (page 63)
      The components of imagined worlds, no matter how wierd and unfamiliar these may be, are often based on familiar components...

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NounEdit

wierd (uncountable)

  1. fate or destiny[1]
  1. ^ [1]