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  • adj. comparative form of screwy: more screwy


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  • My abilities had become more reliable since then, but the further I am from my memento mori, the screwier they get.


  • I got dinged by far screwier things NoB emanating from all the new Home Security/Patriot Act laws.

    Excessive Deposits

  • I observed that my coworkers who got into this scam came out screwier than before.

    Robin of Berkeley says a funny thing happened to her on the way to the revolution

  • Things get even screwier after Brenda's parents Frances Sternhagen and Barry Corbin show up.

    Christmas Gets Closer

  • Anyway, their ideas weren't any screwier than some of the other explanations you could hear.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • 'This gets screwier by the minute, but it still checks.

    Masters Of The Vortex

  • The farmer was a tenant of Owen Davies, and when he called her a "parson in petticoats, and wus," and went on, in delicate reference to her powers of extracting cash, to liken her to a "two-legged corkscrew only screwier," she perhaps not unnaturally reflected, that if ever -- _pace_


  • Just when I didn't think something could get screwier.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • Just as Rush predicted ... when they are losing they get screwier and screwier.capt. norm (Never underestimate the power of very stupid people in large groups.)

    Latest Articles

  • Then again, nobody can have a screwier designation than Bombardier for their CRJs.

    The Cranky Flier


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