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  • adj. Agitated, anticipatory, excited (sometimes specifically sexually so), nervous.


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  • It always baffles me that people keep saying "third Kill Bill film" when the fact is that Kill Bill was a single film split into two. toey

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  • 'As the owner of a bookshop, when you see someone writing in one of your books you get a bit toey [touchy],' Ellis said.

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  • Watto has done his hair nicely in a new style and was a little toey on the red carpet. | Top Stories

  • It looked easy on paper but you're always a bit toey. | Top Stories

  • "Even those hardcore Fanatics, camped out at Tent City in Durban, were becoming toey yesterday at the prospect of being upstaged by the Kiwis at the greatest game on turf," said the

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  • "It was great for Joshy, I know he was a bit nervous when he got to the game and a little bit toey getting ready this week but he got through fine ... he's just happy to be back," said Sanderson.

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  • "I think he is a bit anxious because it is his first game, he obviously wants to feel part of the group and be able to contribute to the team, so just his first game he's a bit toey." | Top Stories

  • "Everyone's a little bit toey with the recent hot weather we've had up here so we responded as we normally do," he said.


  • News of a million-ounce producer is always welcome, but Pure Speculation is a trifle toey because the Ecuadorian government has some form in giving foreign mining companies the run-around. | Top Stories

  • Quicker than Blue Diamond winner Undoubtedly, zippier than super mare Divine Madonna and more toey than tearaway Caulfield Guineas winner Whobegotyou. | Top Stories


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