narky


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Related to narky: natch, meant, mousey, cheeky, frazzled

narky

(ˈnɑrki)
n. a narcotic drug. They caught him with a lot of narky in his pockets.
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Narky "She had been playing again with her sister, but became a little narky so I knew I had to put her down for a little bit.
In contrast to the Italianstyle which seems to be mostly aimed at pacifying narky girlfriends, the Frenchtipple is much richer and well capable of standing upto some rare, seared tender loin with some fried wild mush rooms in red wine.
They arrived separately at the premier of their new film in London during this week, and were quite narky when asked if they were a couple.
By last weekend, I was already feeling that even two is too many, and getting narky with my daughter.
Things I learned on the journey - pensioners need at least one coffee and cake stop or they get narky and they don't like anything on the radio that is not Jimmy Shand.
I've seen him throw a couple of balls away in a petulant fashion, too, and I just hope these narky little things aren't a sign of what's to come.
The latter is lighter in style and made up of that super-sniffy, narky grape variety pinot noir.
They are, it transpires, not unusual, having been favoured by President John F Kennedy, although I would have thought demands on the time of the leader of the free world and a narky celebrity chef are quite different.
In the end Bruce came across as a slightly narky, OCD'd Methuselah who, in between pulling Miss Worlds, will throw a fit if the fruit on his breakfast cereal ends up stuck together in "a clump".
December 12, 2009 I notice there have been a couple of narky comments suggesting that the standard of jump racing here in Australia is so low that our coming is "ridiculous and pointless".
Among the most popular catchphrases are actress Catherine Tate's narky teenager, Lauren, who keeps repeating: "Am I bowered?
He has been narky and angry around the place because he is not fit but he had a smile on his face this week because he just wants to get going and show what he can do," Souness explained.
The telly's good for a change and everyone around you is happy - or, if not happy, at least a bit less narky than usual
The Celtic boss said: "This injury is really narky.
For more call 09050 700 439 Libra Sept 23 - Oct 23 THE delays, hold ups and general dragging of heels is ending and your best mate, partner or narky workmate sees they can't keep delaying things for the sake of it.