from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of a food, taste, odour etc: like a ram; pungent, rank.
- adj. Frisky, lecherous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Like a ram; rammish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Like a ram; rammish.
But I hate when people assume that when they see a kid get a little "rammy" that it's due to bad parenting.
Allthough it could be just prudent housekeeping ahead of the expected cuts and the hootsmon is spinning it as a "rammy with westminster" article, we all know Westminster are going to be scrooge and cant afford it after Browns disaster.
This is why insurance is so expensive because what was once thought of as normal childhood daydreaming and rammy is now considered a treatable medical condition.
The news I had heard through the roar of the local arty rammy had not suggested there was any danger to them.
Galen takes exception at mutton, but without question he means that rammy mutton, which is in Turkey and Asia Minor, which have those great fleshy tails, of forty-eight pounds weight, as Vertomannus witnesseth, navig. lib.
Sorry No Pictures, I was too rammy, trying to get the food finished, packed up and delivered.
You don't know what's going on it'll just drive you rammy.
'Oh don't worry, they're not letting the facts get in the way of a good rammy.
As ever, BBC Radio Scotland provides commentary from all of the top flight matches or you can opt for the rammy that is 'Open All Mics' for a chaotic melange of live updates.
Today I was rammy and didn't think through what I did before doing it.