Definition of wonky
- something that looks really crappy.
Look at that wonky car!
Last edited on Feb 15 1999. Submitted by Leah A. from Ohio University, USA
on Feb 15 1999.
- messed up; does appear as it should.
That carpet is wonky!
Last edited on Oct 22 1999. Submitted by Wendy from Purley, Greater London, UK
on Oct 22 1999.
- mixed up, broken, or malfunctioning.
I dropped it and now the buttons are all wonky.
Last edited on Jan 19 2002. Submitted by Ian M. from Seattle, WA, USA
on Jan 19 2002.
- of poor quality. bad.
That code you wrote is wonky and made my PC crash.
After that long night of drinking, I'm feeling a little wonky this morning.
Last edited on Feb 11 2002. Submitted by B. Young from Oregon, USA
on Feb 11 2002.
- weird, messed up, not functioning properly.
My Internet connection's all wonky again.
Last edited on Feb 24 2003. Submitted by Anonymous
on Feb 24 2003.
- strange, not right, weird
My car is running all wonky!
Last edited on Aug 17 2005. Submitted by Laura H. from Baltimore, MD, USA
on Aug 17 2005.
Slang terms with the same meaning
Slang terms with the same root words
None. How about some random words?
|Definitions include: toilet.|
|Definitions include: To acknowledge someone or something implying respect.|
|Definitions include: an expression used to tell someone something obvious. |
|Definitions include: to aggravate someone.|
|Definitions include: to have incriminating evidence about.|
|Definitions include: unofficial task done in the workplace.|
|Definitions include: "double penetration".|
|Definitions include: to fight and win; "kick ass".|
|Definitions include: mouth.|
|Definitions include: excessively under control.|
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