wonky|wonkier|wonkiest in English
[won·ky || 'wɑŋkɪ /'wɒ-]
shaky, tottering, unsteady (Slang); unreliable
Use "wonky|wonkier|wonkiest" in a sentence
1. I still feel a bit wonky.
2. The wheels keep going wonky.
3. This tooth is a bit wonky.
4. I'm not crossing that bridge. It looks pretty wonky.
5. She's got a wonky eye and bad acne scars.
6. She still feels a bit wonky after her accident.
7. The bridge still stands though one of the arches is wonky.
8. The circle these beetles had drawn was where the ground was wonky.
9. You can find one coyote with a wonky jaw in the desert?
10. I don't enjoy those programmes with wonky camera angles and pop music.
11. One of the legs on this chair is a bit wonky.
12. He may have to stop playing cricket because of his wonky knee.
13. 4 I don't enjoy those programmes with wonky camera angles and pop music.
14. The glasses went wonky as the upper left quarter of the head flew apart.
15. The jury system may be a bit wonky but nobody's ever thought of anything better.
16. In the last three decades, America’s male-dominated politics has become increasingly wonky, abstract, and professionalized.
17. I still haven't really settled to it because my nerves have gone all wonky being in the house.
18. Vivien Leigh’s Southern-belle accent was slightly wonky, but the graceful way she wore her antebellum wardrobe was impeccable.
19. His wonky knee is said to be fully healthy, but he'll need to wear a knee brace for the rest of his career which only underscored just how fragile his health remains.