- s turned or twisted toward one side
- s incongruous; inviting ridicule
that's a cockeyed idea
- s very drunk
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- At 90, he cards another in Pelham
After Methuen High Athletic Hall of Famer and longtime golfer Bucky Boehm, 90, had a cataract repaired a few years, he called his doctor to tell him that he might have put the first synthetic lens in cockeyed. "Would you mean?" the doctor replied. "W
July 8, 2013 - The Daily News of Newburyport
- David Alan Grier in Toledo Free Press
I didn't really see any books around that dealt with Barack Obama and his election with the same point of view,Grier said. "It's a more cockeyed view of that whole event, buy celebrex. Armour cheap, There are very sentimental parts, but...
- Michael Steele in Telegraph.co.uk
After George W Bush was elected we became the party of big government,said Mr Steele. "It's anathema to grow government by 40 per cent, as we have, and to grow a $10 trillion deficit, as we have. No wonder people look at us cockeyed now...
- Bartlett Sher in Los Angeles Times
Her phrasing on 'Cockeyed Optimist' is better than anyone's, including [original Broadway cast member] Mary Martin,Sher said. "It's always done like saluting the flag, big and cheery - well, nobody was optimistic in 1942; it was wartime....