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whiffled

(ˈʍɪflæd)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. Jed found himself a mite whiffled, but nobody else knew.
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In the supply closet, behind the slumped Ned the Knight costume, its tattered smile cruel in the fluorescent lights, he leaned the flags next to a milk crate of Whiffle balls, the quiet clubhouse a momentary escape.
The game balls version uses a marble, a bouncy ball, a golf ball, a red rubber ball, a whiffle ball, and a softball respectively for the sequence of measurements.
Werner Park, home to the triple-A Omaha Storm Chasers (an affiliate of the Kansas City Royals), boasts a merry-go-round, a kids inflatable play area, a basketball court, a whiffle ball field, a picnic/party pavilion, and food and drink vendors throughout the concourse.
In January of that year, Knopf agreed to sell the reprint rights of Carl Van Vechten's Peter Whiffle for ten cents per copy.
Or avoid getting hit by a whiffle ball launched from a robotic cannon device created by high school students?
Blokes don't whiffle on about how much weight they've put on before tucking into a second slice of cake.
It meant moving my boys' swing set, wading pool, basketball hoop, sandbox, bike rack, baseball diamond, playhouse, whiffle ball setup and the wife's clothesline.
However, clever use of coupling strategies like whiffle tree designs or differential mechanisms can enable both a wide range of grasping and in-hand manipulation performance [28,46-47].
Gary Lang Auto Group will present the Johnsburg Boys Baseball League with 10 new equipment kits complete with equipment bags, baseball buckets, whiffle balls, hitting net, batting tees and Chevrolet Youth Baseball T-shirts.
Kate came towards him in a whiffle of skirts and a tang of herbs.
He was the youngest of four athletic siblings and jokes that he was a surprise conceived while his brothers were playing whiffle ball.
In the next month's issue, Billy Whiffle, self-identified as "A professed Macaroni" complains about such "insolence" in ridiculing "a set of the most accomplished Beings that ever endeavoured to rectify the vulgar errors of the age" (June 1772, 320).
Think back to last Thanksgiving and how you whiled away the hours before dinner or the next kickoff, playing whiffle ball or Wii.
No mention was made of her or the children, or their rented house under the trees, or his job with the Whiffle Poofs, or any of it, and she thought the letter might have been written many years ago, before they'd had children, and he had forgotten to tell her about it.
It was a kind of whiffle bat but still it was really painful.