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- adv. In a drunken manner
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- adv. In a drunken manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a drunken manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. showing effects of much strong drink
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Three balls, no pockets. — in the back room, but it’s attached itself to the fat Victorian gentleman in gaiters leering drunkenly from the menus and the sign out front, and it’s been adopted as a signature by the waitresses, who make their way through the crowds by bumping customers out of their path with their hips.
Drunks do it drunkenly, which is to say irrationally and against what would otherwise be their better judgment.
(Compare the scene in which Antony is described as drunkenly dressing himself up in Cleopatra's intimate garments, her 'tires and mantles', while she 'wore his sword Philippan'.)
If it's some much-missed ex-lover who you'd been hoping would get back in contact he'll be calling drunkenly to inform you that hf2s just been diagnosed positive and that perhaps you'd better | | ave things checked out.
The dedicated mercenaries of Blackwater or "Xe" or whatever they're calling themselves now sure seem to get up to the sort of war-zone antics that I doubt I could get away with at my workplace, such as drunkenly shooting people and stealing weapons under the guise of cartoon characters.
Nearby, out of sight, a woman was calling out drunkenly, cursing.
Cole was a sprightly pianist who, at this point, had not sung professionally, but legend has it that a big-spending client drunkenly badgered him to sing.
He's not doing too shabbily in this one either, having outfitted First Lady Michelle Obama in a red stunner for the White House Correspondent's Dinner last year as well as attracting some of the most promising and put together young starlets in Hollywood--the ones that are fiercely independent and take on challenging roles, not the ones that flash their unmentionables as they drunkenly fall out of L.A. club bathrooms.
Lowell's description of Jarrell is pretty close to what I now recall Steve saying about Lowell, except for the part about being almost entirely without vices, and Lowell was known to explode drunkenly from time to time.
Zuckerberg's response is to go drunkenly to his computer, hack into the university's data bank and create "Facemash", a college program that mocks all the girls on campus, making him a notorious celebrity to his peers and the subject of censure to the faculty.