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out of (one's) gourd

slang Crazy. After yet another sleepless night, I'm starting to feel like I'm out of my gourd. He's out of his gourd if he thinks this plan is going to work!
See also: gourd, of, out

off (one's) gourd

slang Crazy. After yet another sleepless night, I'm starting to feel like I'm off my gourd. He's off his gourd if he thinks this plan is going to work!
See also: gourd, off

bushel and a peck (and some in a gourd)

A lot. This phrase is typically used to emphasize how much one loves someone else. My darling wife, I love you a bushel and a peck.
See also: and, bushel, peck

out of your gourd

1 out of your mind; crazy. 2 under the influence of alcohol or drugs. North American informal
1 1988 Jay McInerney The Story of My Life After ten minutes I'm bored out of my gourd.
2 1993 Stephen King Gerald's Game I was ‘on medication’ (this is the technical hospital term for ‘stoned out of one's gourd’).
See also: gourd, of, out

gourd

(gord)
n. the head. I raised up and got a nasty blow on the gourd.

stoned out of one’s head

and stoned out of one’s gourd
mod. under the effects of marijuana. Tiffany was stoned out of her head and started giggling. That stuff makes me stoned out of my gourd.
See also: head, of, out, stoned

stoned out of one’s gourd

verb
See also: gourd, of, out, stoned
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The stem diameters and heights of bitter gourd seedlings were measured by vernier caliper and steel tape, respectively.
Cd was not detected in four vegetables (bitter gourd, ridge gourd, cucumber and potato) of Karachi and eight vegetables (cucumber, turnip, taro, ridge gourd, potato, carrot, bitter gourd and apple gourd) of Lahore.
Viruliferous whiteflies were then transferred to 8-10 days old ridge gourd seedlings for IAP of 30 min, 1,6,12 and 24 hr at the rate of 10 per seedling.
For example, set the gourd seed in a wood box and allow it to grow.
In a description of present-day domesticated forms of wax gourd, Larkom (1991) noted that 'they vary in shape from truly spherical, to round with flattened ends, to a cylindrical sausage or 'Chinese pillow' shape.
The chayote (Sechium edule), bitter gourd (Momordica charantia), wax gourd (Benincasa hispida), and six-foot-long serpent gourd (Trichosanthes cucumerina) are a few examples of those grown for their edible flesh and seeds.
Although gourds can be lavish, even gilded, Grupo Amanda's president sips from a chipped white porcelain, mass-produced model.
Indeed, the power of the Gourd Dance rests in the many diverse voices and opinions about the dance's practice.
Left foot, peg foot, traveling on, Follow the Drinking Gourd.
5 kilograms seed of gourd for cultivation per acre crop and contact the agriculture department immediately if they need any assistance or guidance in this regard, he added.
I cannot afford to face such a colossal loss this year again and therefore hesitating over continuing to sow gourd during upcoming winter season, he added.
Tender Value: 1,57,00,000 Product Category: Sports Goods/Equipments Sub Category: Tree Gourd
One gourd in particular is especially great for birdhouse production, and this is the appropriately named "birdhouse gourd.
Wuertz Gourd Farm, a family-owned gourd farm, has been putting on the festival for the 12 years.