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soupy

(ˈsupi)
mod. alcohol intoxicated; drunk and vomiting. These young kids tend to get soupy rather than pass out.
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We opened food kiosks where consumers could try jam sandwiches, soupy noodles or ketchups.
For mains, a creamy, soupy spicy potato side is unusual, but I loved the pops of halloumi cheese.
Once it's in the water, plastic does not degrade but instead breaks into smaller pieces and swirls in massive ocean gyres, creating soupy surfaces peppered with the material.
It's easy to use: Just weave a roll of tape through the tool and fill up the reservoir with soupy mud.
It has more items in the ' Cavalli International Specials', including melt- in- the- mouth chicken shawarma that'll make you ask for a repeat and a soul- satisfying, soupy tom kha , which has been renamed Oriental Meal in a Bowl keeping in mind the restaurant's global credentials.
I thought Soupy (Campbell) had his best game for us," said coach Paul Thompson.
It will be a few days before the soupy brown water recedes and people in flooded areas can return home.
It was very humid here for much of the day and you couldn't see the track due to a soupy fog.
It's been decades since Soupy Sales and Justice Colt first debuted on Detroit-area television, but the characters that appeared on WJBK, WWJ, WXYZ, and CKLW have yet to be forgotten.
From pasta shells with ketchup and tuna, to rice and celery in some kind of soupy sauce - which tasted even worse than it sounds - I'm willing to torture my tastebuds rather than brave the supermarket.
Avoid any water that looks soupy, like pea soup," Widerburg said.
Bob smiled, looking forward to savouring his speciality 'PICKLEDY ONIONY SOUPY SUPPER'--in front of the big match.
And animals occasionally drown in the bowl, which is filled with soupy digestive juices, insects and fecal matter.
Then follows a remarkable bluesy, soupy, swirling acoustic jam until a euphoric "hey hey" reveals it as a gripping intro to the mighty Funky Kingston.
This made a soupy mess in the feedlot, but we had happy "al-cow-holics" that could hear the 1,000-gallon tank truck coming from miles away.