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gay

noun homoerotic, homophile, homosexual, life partner, same sex partner
Associated concepts: gay marriage
See also: jocular
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It's sparsely worded, but the art depicts scenes with a mastery of teen life; in an opening scene in which Jane has moved into her new suburban neighborhood, she lies in the grass as a bird sings gaily overhead and wryly thinks to herself, "I'm in hell.
Toby is in the back of the wagon, enjoying the sights and sounds and gaily singing, when "the wagon hit a BIG BUMP and sent Toby flying.
And tonight's episode features a scene in which a birthday cake is gaily presented while a character crumples terminally from a heart attack.
On the very day Peter Woodhams was shot dead in the street by lawless yobs, Sir Ian gaily announced the capital is now so safe that people are happy to leave their front doors open.
Writers Guild of America award for his only credited screenplay, 1969's "Gaily, Gaily," an adaptation of Ben Hecht's memoirs, directed by Norman Jewison and starring Beau Bridges.
To get my exercise," I say,/then smile and covet, for the briefest moment,//my neighbor's ass, rather its location,/seated as it is upon the throne/of his machine, whirring beneath him gaily,/measuring the world to one trim height.
His pictures present oiled Aryan sun worshippers gaily dancing in foaming surf, cheerily harvesting the fields, or striking poses that bloom rococo musculature.
Cynthia Nixon, singing lyrics that made fun of her current relationship, at a birthday party for fellow Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker, as quoted by the New York gaily News's Rush and Molloy, March 29
There are gaily painted buildings, crafts dealers, small shops and music in the streets.
On March 10, 2005, they sell their SC residence for a $423,000 gaily.
The unnamed 69-year-old man, believed to be from the North of England, was taken ill while on a boat in Gaily Wharf, Staffordshire, and fell overboard into the canal.