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Synonyms for quizzical

Synonyms for quizzical

playfully vexing (especially by ridicule)

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perplexed (as if being expected to know something that you do not know)

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YOUNG BLOOD I'll tell you about my four year-old She's a beauty, but they broke the mould She was born, on a bank holiday Duly inspired, we then named her May She's not a pixie, a gnome or an elf This one is a law, unto herself It means nothing, but she can be naughty A perfect female, she often stands haughty She will look, with a quizzical eye Asking constantly, who, where or why She plays for hours, in the dirt She's black and white, but it doesn't hurt She pushes her nose in, everywhere This, of course, is my piebald mare.
40pm) Last weekend's Jubilee celebrations are the theme for tonight's bout of quizzical irreverance hosted by Jimmy Carr.
Zoe is a delightful protagonist with quirky hair and quizzical expressions (and stick-legs), while the characteristics of hairy, shambling Beans are hilariously projected onto his other transformations.
Anticipate, however, a few quizzical phone calls from pharmacies when a patient first submits a prescription for q.
Apple is just hours away from kicking off its 10th Anniversary celebration of opening its first retail store and quizzical look on the face of Apple fans are only fueling rumors as to what surprise Apple has up its sleeves.
Yes, back then quizzical meant "comically quaint" and "mildly teasing.
But just for one instant wife Anni can be seen giving him a piercing, quizzical stare.
Unfortunately for David Cameron, Professor O'Donnell expressed concern, describing him as wearing "a quizzical frown that looks like he doesn't know what is going on".
The King of Quizzical Island is a rhyming tale that will inspire curiosity, exploration and research in any group of young learners--especially those still at the stage of asking 'Why?
ASTON VILLA'S Carlos Cuellar has been giving his team-mates quizzical looks at training since the draw with Arsenal after one or two jokingly referred to him as Borat under their breaths.
Silence of NWFP government and Asfand Yar Wali Khan over this step of Central and Sindh government was very quizzical, he observed.
Paul McCartney, who was flanked by fellow meditators Donovan, flutist Paul Horn and Mike Love of the Beach Boys, looked quizzical after Starr finished.
What I think will always remind me of Ryan at his very best, decades after he has retires, is that when he has done some amazing dribbling followed up by a spot-on shot into the top corner he will turn back towards the centre spot for the game to restart with an almost apologetic quizzical half-smile.
All of this, and Barron was one of the country's leading probation experts, so it's little wonder we raise a quizzical eyebrow at his two years and nine months prison term.