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looped

and loopy
mod. alcohol intoxicated. She got loopy very quickly and had to be helped to a chair.

loopy

verb
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At a time when even the loopiest conspiracy theory gets earnest treatment in the media, it is a relief to see that Harper's Magazine still has a sense of humor.
Having dreamed up the premise (one of the loopiest in film history), he set about writing without knowing where he might wind up.
To stand out from the competition, amusement park owners challenge each other to build the fastest, the tallest, the loopiest coasters.
Merrill was carrying on a grand tradition of gringo insanity at the Inter-Con, which hosted, for a time, the loopiest American of them all, the billionaire Howard Hughes.
One of the loopiest was surely shopaholic Loretta Miller, who reckons shopping is better than sex: "It lasts longer and I can take it home with me," she explains.
Irish Heartbeat have learned that Shaun Ryder, Bez and the rest of the loopiest band in Britain will be bringing their baggy trousers to Ireland's most famous festival, thanks to their recent resurrection.
In her hectoring interview of Andrew Sullivan, Sarah Schulman came across as Jane Fonda at her doctrinaire loopiest ["Man in the Hot Seat," January 19].
The loopiest roller coaster in the world turns riders upside down eight times.
This is the same phrase used by Diana looking and sounding her loopiest on Panorama.
But auds in search of a fresh theatrical voice can start the celebrations now: For all that is unexceptional about Mark Thompson's deliberately drab set, this is easily the loopiest evening in London.
The 33-year-old with the loopiest swing in the game won without a hitch as no one could threaten his three- shot overnight lead here at Olympia Fields, near Chicago.
That character, Byron (Brad Rowe), has the loopiest arc, but his black pal, Dexter (Guy Torry), embarks upon a pretty circuitous path as well, from National Guardsman to movie-theater owner to radical black activist to doting stepdad to Trans Am owner to cult deprogrammer.
If they succeeded in pricing everyone but the most wealthy off the roads and onto the buses, they wouldn't have to worry about the threat to the environment because by then we'd all be poverty-stricken and we'd have reverted to living in caves like the loopiest of eco-warriors.
Loopiest of the lot must be mother-of-two Diane Anderson.