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(as) gay as a three-dollar bill

Overtly or flamboyantly homosexual. Offensive when used pejoratively.
See also: bill, gay

(as) gay as pink ink

Overtly or flamboyantly homosexual. Offensive when used pejoratively. I can't believe Sarah asked him out on a date—how can she not see that he's clearly as gay as pink ink? I've been gay as pink ink since I was a teenager, so it wasn't a surprise to my parents when I came out.
See also: gay, ink, pink

disaster gay

slang A gay person who is struggling in some area or areas of their life. Typically used as a humorous self-identifier. The term originated from a meme that references a 3x3 Dungeons and Dragons character alignment chart and allows one to identify as "gay," "bi," or "lesbian," and to categorize their ability as "distinguished," "functional," or "disaster." I just feel like everything in my life is falling apart right now. Textbook disaster gay. Oh, my sweet disaster gay. That guy is definitely hetero, do not hit on him.
See also: disaster, gay

just gay enough

potentially offensive Of a man, possessing a number of stereotypically homosexual qualities seen as attractive by women, while still being unambiguously heterosexual. I still want a man to be manly, but just gay enough that he can have a conversation about his emotions.
See also: enough, gay, just

with gay abandon

With rash, unrestrained impulsiveness, enthusiasm, or zeal. Ever since my brother got that car for his birthday, he's been motoring around at night with gay abandon. The insurgents set upon the town and began firing their weapons with gay abandon.
See also: abandon, gay

with gay aˈbandon

(old-fashioned) without thinking about the results or effects of a particular action: Although she was nervous at first, she was soon singing and dancing with gay abandon.
Gay here means ‘happy and without cares’.
See also: abandon, gay

(as) gay as pink ink

mod. having to do with an obviously homosexual person, usually a male. These two guys—as gay as pink ink—came in together.
See also: gay, ink, pink

gay as pink ink

verb
See also: gay, ink, pink
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Prior to Honeywell, Gayer held leadership roles at McKinsey & Company and the Polaroid Corporation, and served as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy Nuclear Submarine Force.
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Although coagulation anomalies were identified as a risk factor for DVT and PE, especially in combination with IVC dysgeneses (Gayer et al 2003), most cases with IVC pathology fail to show coagulation problems (Parma et al 2003), like our patient.
Hence, Gayer has little hope for Karachi's future, apart from the 'disordered order' and people's uncanny ability to adjust to the constant threat of political, criminal and ethnic violence as a way of life.
Gayer and Parker accept as reasonable an estimate that the cost per job created by the program was $1.4 million.
Essentially, Gayer, Rostow, and Schwartz posited an over-investment theory of the cycle along Keynesian lines and a cost-push theory of inflation.
Gayer and Viscusi tell similar stories about energy use regulations for dothes dryers, room air conditioners, and light bulbs.
Gayer will be responsible for driving the business development of the firm's performance reporting and risk analytics solutions.
The move will mainly strengthen WFI's position in the tower and site services market as it will add self-performance services related to site construction, installation and commissioning, the buyer's senior vice president Randy Gayer said.
With centre-forward Donal Gayer coming deep, the divisional side were able to move the ball well and took the lead when Aidan Walsh kicked a booming point from the 45.
"Part of me thinks it's not a huge difference in what you are going to see across the two administrations, based on what they are proposing right now," says Ted Gayer, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C., referring to a second Obama term versus a first Romney term.
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Sierra's colleague at Brookings, Ted Gayer, meanwhile is trying to drum up interest in a proposal for a US-wide carbon tax.
Also present is the effigy of Bastet in the form of a cat, known as the "Gayer Anderson Cat", from the British Museum.