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  • adv. in a beery manner; while smelling of, or under the influence of, beer


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beery +‎ -ly


  • We'd stroll the whole crescent "U" of, say, Keizersgracht (Emperor's canal), past majestic gabled manses, cozy gabled houses, small boats with a few folk tippling rose and tour boats with tourists roaring beerily into the twilight.

    Barry Yourgrau: Walking with Joy: Amsterdam

  • "What d'ye know about his cricket?" says I, and Mr Tighe chuckled beerily.

    Flashman's Lady

  • She pointed an accusing finger at the man, who gaped beerily.

    Not George Washington — an Autobiographical Novel

  • Hamper bent to Dunbar and whispered, beerily, in his ear: "P'r'aps 'e don't want to' ear, guv'nor!"

    The Yellow Claw

  • Many of the Mancunians, beerily making the most out of Oktoberfest here, could have been found in the alehouses around Moss Rose, Sincil Bank and Bootham Crescent 13 years ago.

    The Guardian World News

  • I guess the beerily missed the bus when it came to making bud wiser.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • "Cordially, beerily, blearily, convivially yours," is the how she'd close emails if feeling foodie. - Home Page

  • A smattering of locals arrange themselves beerily around the boundary in the hope of seeing:


  • After this therapy session is adjourned, the girls tearily bond, while the guys beerily bond playing some weird drinking variation of football.

    Vh1 Blog

  • 'Yeah, I beerily added as I proffered my phone,' and here I am standing outside your house! '

    Word Magazine - Comments


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