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whooshed

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Jerry was totally whooshed by midnight.
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He came from a mile back to be just edged out and split He Went Whoosh and Bush Paddy in a blanket finish, two short-heads between them.
The next thing you know, whoosh, and the ball's in the back of the net.
Whoosh, the scheduled carrier which started services to Dundee on May 29, has announced another new route from Birmingham International Airport.
Our tester experienced a slight sting/tingle at first which quickly changed into an incredible whoosh of 'cool'.
The teacher sits down, opens the Holy Book, and with a whoosh the word of God ignites before the astonished faces of impressionable youth.
this delightful series will whoosh you there on a magic carpet ride.
Unlike the folk dancers who were awash in blur, this time I contrast the whoosh of a blurred train with the clarity of these patiently waiting commuters, This contrast creates an incongruity: these passengers won't go anywhere until this train stops for them, and it appears to be going too fast to stop.
Suddenly, a whoosh passing the hotel, a blinding flash and then the bone crushing percussion of a cruise missile hitting its target on the opposite bank.
Minutes later they were all gone in one whoosh - and Gerry was left talking to thin air.
It was so unexpected that I staggered backwards, falling into a frozen puddle as the door to Ted's flew open with another whoosh.
Witness Jeannie Bowers, 46, said: "I looked up and there was a big pop and banging sound and then a whoosh of air.
Perfectly Bred, open-race marathon performer and proven brood, has been mated to He Went Whoosh.
amp; there was snow gadzooks of it the squelchy hush & sledging whoosh an oodly skitter of wellies a comely whump of sun low up & fog balloons of breathy come dusk come ice come slush-cum-berg a crickle-o-fire nicely tonight a drink of winter swoon a bed a warm already huzzah
Recovering from a broken foot in hospital, Ellen said: "I was just reaching out for a dozen eggs then whoosh.