Queer in a sentence

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How to use queer in a sentence. Queer pronunciation.

I think he must be Irish by his ease, and because I imagine him to belong to the honbl B.'s, who are son, and son's wife of an Irish viscount, bold queer- looking people, just fit to be quality at Lyme.
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And because the people are fairies - though mortal - all things in Horai, except the Palace of the Dragon-King, are small and quaint and queer;- and these fairy-folk do really eat their rice out of very, very small bowls, and drink their wine out of very, very small cups...
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Although the trade wind was blowing quite fresh, this queer- looking craft carried no ballast, properly so-called; but to prevent her from capsizing a couple of negroes stood on her weather gunwale, holding on to ropes attached to her masthead, and leaning back almost horizontally out over the water.
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Late into the night we sat and talked, and planned, whilst the Bushmen sat round their camp fire, and clucked and chattered in their queer- sounding speech, gorging themselves to repletion on the offal of an eland I had shot the previous day.
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Examples of Queer

Example #1
Like other young ladies she is considerably genteeler than her parents.
Example #2
My mother and I staid about an hour later.
Example #3
In Horai nothing is hidden but grief, because there is no reason for shame;- and nothing is locked away, because there could not be any theft;- and by night as well as by day all doors remain unbarred, because there is no reason for fear.
Example #4
All folk in Horai love and trust each other, as if all were members of a single household;- and the speech of the women is like birdsong, because the hearts of them are light as the souls of birds;- and the swaying of the sleeves of the maidens at play seems a flutter of wide, soft wings.
Example #5
A third negro, attired in a picturesquely dirty shirt, and trousers rolled up above his knees, and with a most shockingly dilapidated straw hat on his head, steered the little craft by means of a broad-bladed paddle laid out over the lee quarter.
Example #6
The pirogue was a very quaint-looking craft, of about twenty feet in length by some five feet beam, formed out of a solid log of wood which had been roughly trimmed with an axe to form the bottom portion of her, with a couple of planks above to form her top sides.