Definitions

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  • adverb In a randy way.

Etymologies

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randy +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Mr. Cavett tells of Chico Marx randily propositioning Tallulah Bankhead, and Fred Astaire trashing Katharine Hepburn—forgetting that the windows of his limo were wide open with pedestrians in earshot.

    The 2,000 Year Old Man, at 85

  • He's got a thing for showgirls, and he immediately falls for the bass-playing Daphne, asking her about her instrument, whether she uses a bow or suggestive pause plucks it; she outdoes his entendre by randily exclaiming that she likes to slap it.

    Some Like It Hot

  • Spencer took to going randily around the house seminude and encouraged Hilda to do the same.

    Love Affair, With Paint

  • Her tongue flickered at my lips again. and then she had slipped out, closing the door to the accompaniment of shrill childish reproaches, leaving me most randily frustrated - but in better trim than I'd been for days.

    Flashman And The Mountain Of Light

  • Her tongue flickered at my lips again. and then she had slipped out, closing the door to the accompaniment of shrill childish reproaches, leaving me most randily frustrated — but in better trim than I'd been for days.

    Flashman and the Mountain of Light

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