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pepped (up)

and peppy
mod. alcohol intoxicated. (see also perked (up).) That guy looks a little pepped up. Don’t give him any more booze.
See also: pep, up

peppy

verb

peppy

1. mod. vigorous; energetic. (see also perky.) I sure don’t feel very peppy right now.
2. Go to pepped (up).
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She has really fallen for Peppy and he does seem smitten with her too.
There are generally eye rolls and a sense that these people are doing this because they have to, and not in any way because they want to sing peppy birthday songs to their patrons.
In 1920s Hollywood, George Valentin is a huge star - so famous, chorus girl Peppy Miller (Berenice Bejo) gets her big break just by being pictured bumping into him at a premiere.
Playing the first of a staggered two-night run at the Academy, the Baltimore four-piece cranked out their peppy racket to a crowd that screamed at their every move.
Shammi Kapt poor's typical moves from ja ja from the 1966 movie Teesri Manzil and Br br dekho from the 1962 release China Town seem to have inspired Ranbir's overall steps and expressions in the peppy Badtameez dil number.
THE ARTIST (PG) THE STORY Hollywood in 1927, and George Valentin (Jean Dujardin) is a star of silent cinema, but the advent of the talkies sees his career spiral into oblivion, just as young extra Peppy Miller (Berenice Bejo) - who falls in love with him - sees her career on the rise with stardom beckoning.
Opening a new movie, he's jostled by photographers and adoring fans, including the pretty young Peppy Miller (Brnice Bejo).
At the same time, Peppy Miller (Bejo), a struggling dancer, is catapulted to stardom thanks to her natural ability for the new medium.
Enter young dancer Peppy Miller (Brnice Bejo) whose career is going in the opposite direction.
In the hysteria of the moment, a bright-eyed girl named Peppy Miller (Berenice Bejo) is hurled in his direction, and the moment they set eyes on each other it's a real black-and-white meet-cute moment.
Enthusiastic fan Peppy Miller literally bumps into the swashbuckling hero of the silent film, George Valentin, planting a kiss on his cheek.
Opening a new movie, he's jostled by photographers and adoring fans - including Peppy Miller (Brnice Bejo).
That girl" is Peppy Miller (Berenice Bejo) and she's soon at Valentin's studio applying for work as an extra -- they're looking for a pretty girl who knows how to dance.
A chance encounter with ardent fan Peppy Miller (Berenice Bejo, who starred alongside Dujardin in the first "OSS 117" film) offers him a distraction from his icy domestic life.
It was an evening filled with melodious music, which transported the audience through the memory lane on a journey of Kannada film songs from old melody hits to present peppy numbers.