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  • adv. in a woozy manner


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  • Here, Janney has great fun playing a wackadoodle egomaniac, whether answering a phone that isn't ringing, woozily piloting a golf cart through the hallways, or by giving impossible orders to Ben: I see on the schedule that John Cougar Mellencamp is playing here next Wednesday.

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  • I woozily get to my feet, catch Nick Wheaton out of the corner of my eye, force my hand up, and slowly unfurl my middle finger.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • A more interesting route to acclaim has been followed by the Walkmen, who mostly make woozily plotted albums with no discernible sense of ambition.

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  • Alone on stage for most of the first half, he looked like a busker, and rambled woozily ( "The album was number one in 45 countries ... or was it number 45 in one country?").

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  • As a sun? bleached and woozily replete Wimbledon warmed to the prospect of Rafael Nadal, the world No1, against Tomas Berdych? already with the matted scalps of the world No2 and No3 dangling from his belt? it was still just about possible to imagine we might be about to witness something unusually visceral, a sweat-stinking, high velocity display of extreme muscle-tennis.

    Wimbledon 2010: Berdych's bulk no match for faultless Nadal

  • In the raw, sacred harp singing is astonishingly driven and forceful, but here it's manipulated until it floats woozily over a vast, booming drumbeat to staggering effect: frankly, ifyou let MIA's predilection for sloganeering – orindeed a posh chip – put you off hearing it, it's your loss.

    MIA: Maya | CD Review

  • "I had a brilliant night," Lois said woozily as she stumbled slightly.

    Freshers: Part two - Cerys

  • She listened woozily as Colin asked questions about her recovery and prognosis.

    ALONE With You

  • He smiled woozily and said, “Jasmine, I wanted to talk to you.”

    No Strings Attached

  • Paluruvu not only excited the sense of smell, she thought woozily.

    The Cat is a Metaphor


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