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- adv. In a daft manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a daft manner; foolishly; insanely.
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- adv. in a mildly insane manner
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Prince hovers, stares, grins daftly, drowning in acres of awkward televisual dead air.
Look beyond the crashing waves, golden sands and dolphins playing in the surf, and you'll find some daftly difficult holes
In fact, as their own unwillingness to let daftly-named hippy kids learn alongside "the other" manifests itself, their "commitment" to multi-culturalism becomes more vehement.
Reply: With ya on that for the most daftly dark bad habit possible for your mind aside from the MSM go to Prison Planet.
Your new command ship, the Kuun-Lan, is a versatile and powerful ship in its own right which can now, thankfully, move around the map the Homeworld Mothership, somewhat daftly, couldn't.
His job is to represent the majority of his constituents who daftly voted for him, not the views of someone who doesn't and likely never will.
It's what has chief executives daftly chirping about the end of the credit crunch.
It is what has chief executives daftly chirping about the end of the credit crunch.
"You look like you're not having a good time," she rather daftly smiled, with perfumed breath.
Instinctively, daftly, brutishly, I harnessed ten of them to my sledge; put on Canadian snow-shoes: and was away northward -- alone.