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punch-drunk

and punchy
mod. unstable; stupid acting; bewildered. (From a term describing a boxer suffering from brain damage.) I feel sort of punch-drunk after a roller coaster ride.

punchy

verb
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There is a flavour for everyone Au ranging from punchier chocolates to more subtle options such as the jasmine silver needles floral tea chocolate.
This is in keeping with an industry trend that's seeing the 250cc scooter class being killed off in favour of punchier 300cc versions.
The trio has a new disc out - Congregation - and it features n punchier stuff than we've heard before from Law.
We had hoped for a slightly punchier number and we still find it hard to believe fully that the economy was contracting in quarter three.
While the novellas are fascinating, all three could have been cropped into even punchier short stories.
WORCESTER - Last month, Mark Ronson produced a remixed version of the Bob Dylan classic "Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)," brightening it with horns and punchier rhythms.
Though "Californication's" punch lines are punchier and its sex more copious, it may experience the same difficulties in locating an empathetic viewership outside L.
5) Company name: They can and should drop the five first words of the letter to make the first paragraph punchier.
Given that its central thesis is relatively simple, Shakespeare and the History of Soliloquies would have been far more effective if it had been written in a punchier and more elegant fashion.
A school looking for one new book on the subject would most likely want the shorter, punchier one.
Punchier on the periphery than at its underdeveloped core, "Josh Jarman" emerges as a fitfully funny farce.
But Pape Fall and African Salsa developed a raunchier, punchier and harder-edged new hybrid of African/Latino swing-band excitement.
Gibb's original guitar-driven outlines have been converted into lush orchestral pop laced with enough timpani and cascading strings to suggest the retro stylings of the Dream Academy or a punchier Belle and Sebastian.
We're still doing soft colors, but we're also showing punchier tones.