loopily


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loopily

(ˈluːpɪlɪ)
adv
in a loopy manner
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Who else would have thought of putting those 'mismatched' talents together, loopily hoping that the very orneriness of the quirky combination could end up as the perfect match made in blockbuster heaven?
In a genre consumed by propulsion explainers and grandiose quests, Charlie Stross has a talent for creating loopily appealing science fiction plots out of corporate and market interactions.
is one which might once have rung loopily out across the Yorkshire countryside:
But for those with a head for loopily discursive humor (not to mention a stomach for some inspired grotesquerie), S.
WHILE it's being advertised as a horror-thriller, this true-life tale inadvertently turns into a comedy, with some big laughs coming from Ethan Hawke's loopily over-the-top turn and the bizarre casting of David Thewlis.
While it's being advertised as a horrorthriller, this true-life tale inadvertently turns into a comedy, with some big laughs coming from Ethan Hawke's loopily over-the-top turn and the bizarre casting of David Thewlis.
Madagascar is feel-good family fun with an eye-popping and vertigo-inducing finale that will leave you loopily happy and wanting more.
At the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, Nedko Solakov presents an antic, poignant installation that combines videos, loopily scrawled wall texts, his trademark little drawings, and an amalgam of medieval Bulgarian and contemporary Creole kitsch.
Not only did the swarthy Iranian dictator show the world that you will be laughed at if you dare assert something as ridiculous as there are no homosexuals in your country the guffaws of the Columbia University audience that greeted this statement still echo in my ears--but the incident also gave rise to the loopily effective Saturday Night Live video "Iran So Far Away," in which Andy Samberg serenades the Islamic leader.
The most deliriously silly and loopily enjoyable evening in a theatre since Dame Edna came to town,' said The Independent.
I suppose it is natural enough for members of this congregation of earnest, self-important and often loopily fundamentalist beings to mistake personal derision for a disregard for their cause.