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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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Residents in Abu Dhabi, where it has been particularly balmy, took to social media to voice their frustration over the hike in humidity.
It's these stories that strengthen the bonds within closManager Delyth Owen said: "We've collected stories about missions and mishaps, tears and triumphs, balmy evenings on the beach and gales with horizontal rain.
During those few balmy spring weeks the fruit stalls fill up with fragrant fruits; downy-skinned peaches, purple plums and sweet apricots taste of sunshine and are abundantly available during this time.
Winter chill: Greek capital Athens Balmy: Little Jack Woolfenden enjoys an ice cream on Beaumaris beach
SEVERN Trent has issued a series of top tips to help residents avoid frozen pipes when the current balmy winter weather disappears.
Summary: Millions of Britons will bask in glorious barbecue weather as the mini-heatwave brings more balmy temperatures and widespread sunshine.
Balmy arguments to justify abnormal and anti-social, affected behaviour are rubbish.
The nights are drawing in so fast Those balmy days are in the past You can feel the nip that's in the air It is no longer warm and fair.
The sinking sun paints the clouds orange as if the castle itself is on fire as I stroll down bustling Duke Street on a balmy Friday spring evening, the sound of laughter in the air a million miles from Monday morning gloom.
At 3pm, it was a balmy 19C (66F), with Glasgow coming a close second at 18.6C (65F).
The weather brought a washout end to a week of balmy style conditions.
Dazzling sunshine and a balmy breeze often carries Mediterranean warmth across a basking Midlands.
Although the materials superconduct only at less than about 135 kelvins, that's balmy compared with the temperatures near absolute zero required by some other superconductors.
The ground hog may have seen his shadow, but balmy weather persists in New England, and the arrival of Magic Hat hiPA confirms it.
In addition to setting the scene, the surrounding greenery, blue sky, and balmy light can also be regarded as signs of the somewhat paradoxical naturalness of the men fraternizing and hooking up, caught--or about to be--in the calm eye of gathering hurricane AIDS.