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balmy

1. Crazy, wild, or strange. I don't know why she yelled at me like that—she just went balmy all of a sudden.
2. slang Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really balmy!

balmy

1. mod. crazy; giddy. You are totally balmy if you think I will put up with that stuff.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. She’s not just drunk, she’s a little balmy.
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He was a huge and volatile weather system in human form, soothing and soft one moment, stem, correct, formal the next, then changing to the balmiest pastoral wind only to shift again to sudden storm.
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Technology and engineering combine to keep rinks flush, below freezing, an efficient enough to turn a profit in even the balmiest climes.
Dozens of ski resorts in New England could barely afford to stay open last winter due to the balmiest weather on record.
ENGLAND'S most eligible bachelor turned the grounds of his stately home into a tropical paradise yesterday when he wed his Hawaiian bride on Britain's balmiest day of the year.
The Lockheed Corporation's missiles and space division invited him to come help build America's answer to Sputnik in a place that was said to be the balmiest, most fertile in all of California (and therefore the world), a place people called the Valley of Heart's Delight.
On average it was slightly hotter than usual right across the country, with the weather station at Dublin Airport reporting the quarter the balmiest since 2006.