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whacky

adjective uk informal (US usually wacky)   /ˈwæk.i/ us  
strange or unusual: The place is stuffed with whacky memorabilia like a sculpture of the Seven Dwarfs that Walt Disney gave to Debbie Reynolds.Strange, suspicious and unnatural
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