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- adj. Who enjoys pleasurable activities without regard to the consequences.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. occupied with or fond of the pleasures of good company.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. occupied with or fond of the pleasures of good company
- n. a highly pleasurable or exciting experience
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Finn and Roslyn were what I referred to as good-time buddies.
Ms. MacIntosh portrays The Fourth as a former good-time Charlie indulging in booze, babes and fast cars before pulling himself together to claim his royal birthright.
This year, alongside bankers like Primal Scream playing their Screamadelica album, and good-time aficionados like DJ Norman Jay, you'll also find more challenging, less familiar acts like Syrian techno legend Omar Souleyman, noise duo Crystal Castles, and the wispy goth rock of Cranes.
Not all of us are former good-time girls now drowning in regret—I know women of my generation who waited until marriage—but that's certainly the norm among my peers.
You were being fair-weather fans, good-time Charlies who shamelessly climbed aboard the bandwagon.
He noted that most of the prisoners who would be released would not be the ones with medical problems, rather those who would be eligible for good-time credits and early parole.
Christy embodied it like a fading starlet on the Sunset Boulevard of Broken Dreams; Mr. Bergl's conversational take is more like Blanche DuBois, a good-time girl dependent on the kindness of strangers.
The loose-knit group, formed after Hurricane Katrina to raise awareness about the restoration of coastal wetlands, has drawn increasingly large crowds for its Jazz Fest appearances, which feature both sharply worded songs about environmental issues and good-time pop and dance numbers.
Nobody is saying that these good-time, tough, resourceful kids, marked by their twin generational obsessions with extreme vanity and extreme hedonism, reflect a complete image of Newcastle, just as Desperate Scousewives could hope to represent a full picture of Liverpool.
She has played incestuous mothers and hardcore depressives and dipsomaniac good-time girls.
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