(1) This may have excellent wonky credentials, or it may be one of those silly policy proposals that people only talk about because they can't think of anything that would work.(2) It is dark, with low ceilings, crooked wooden floors, wonky bar stools and an array of nationalist paraphernalia on the walls.(3) He said: ├ö├ç├┐One of the wheels is wonky , the handles are unstable and I was feeling quite worried about it.├ö├ç├û(4) In those days, his stilted style, forced delivery, and wonky timing were virtues, reinforcing our sense of his hypothetically heartwarming kidness.(5) To further the debate, or for a cheap gag against a Scouser with a very-slightly wonky gob, who has the temerity to be married to the most powerful man in the country without even ever killing a fox?(6) All the hits are here, of course, from the goons of Brixton, with their left-handed garage groove, punky punch and bottomless grab-bag of weird, wonky noises.(7) The railings are broken, the steps descending into Terrace Field are now so wonky that they are impassable to some less agile walkers and many of the trees that once crowned the hilltop have died or blown over.(8) So now I've a wonky mattress├ö├ç┬¬ I SO need a new bed (donations gratefully received LOL)!(9) You can have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth and a double chin and stick-out teeth, but if you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely.(10) And that falsehood - which Charles Windsor was pointing out in his own inimitable, wonky style - is the cruel fantasy the modern PC elite are using to hoodwink our young folk.(11) He chatted in between the songs telling jokes and relating weird stories, he drank beer too, he climbed on the grand piano, he threw flowers into the audience and he fell to his knees more often than a nun with a wonky knee.(12) The big snow finally did in the wonky bracket and the horizontal pipe is currently filled with brackish water and dead leaves, while the vertical one leans against the house.(13) But it is precisely that wonky smile, lugubrious air and bitter chocolate voice that pierces the hearts of the toughest ball-breaking women of my acquaintance.(14) The names of the tracks were printed on the album sleeve in wonky black type, making them look like classic anonymous ransom demands cobbled together from letters cut out of newspapers.(15) If you took a map of Australia and drew a wonky circle around the middle of the country, you'd land in the outback: red dirt, sparely inhabited, the back country.(16) And God knows, starting back at that tender age where you think you'll never, ever be popular, you'll shut up and pretend to be anyone but your wonky self just to be accepted.