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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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And now the avenue widened into an immense square, at the far end of which rose a stately edifice gleaming white in virgin marble among the gaily painted buildings surrounding it and its scarlet sward and gaily-flowering, green-foliaged shrubbery.
In the porch she found a crowd of little girls, all more or less gaily attired in whites and blues and pinks, and all staring with curious eyes at this stranger in their midst, with her extraordinary head adornment.
Not so gaily, however, but that tears filled her eyes as he went away down the dark street.
Ministry of Oil: Al Gaily Refinery to resume work today.
Mommy Is a Worrywart" explores in dry verse narrative exactly what defines a legitimate worry for a mommy, while her blissful child skips gaily through a life fraught with hazards large and small.
Most shop windows were gaily decorated with red, white and blue when they closed on Saturday night.
Year Nominee Film Category 1969 Reza Aghayan Gaily, Gaily Costume Design 1972 Reza Aghayan Lady Sings the Blues Costume Design 1975 Reza Aghayan Funny Lady Costume Design 1997 Habib Zargarpour Twister Special Effects 1997 Darius Khondji Evita Cinematography 1998 Hossein Amini Wings of the Dove Screenplay 1999 Majid Majidi Children of Heaven Foreign Language 2000 Mehdi Nowruzian Killing Joe Live Action Short 2001 Habib Zargarpour The Perfect Storm Special Effects 2004 S.
IF DOGS did not look up With eyes full of devotion G reat gaily our return With joyful, jumping motion - Raise ears high at a sound Beyond our human hearing O r twitch a doggy nose At meals on plates appearing Lay chins upon our knees Enjoy our gentle stroking Bark loudly at each knock In manner most provoking Then dogs would not be dogs And though we sometimes chase them We dog-lovers agree We never could replace them
The knack of a perfect melody that skitted gaily along the boundary of twee, of the clever, observational lyric that never troubled the gatekeepers of smug.
They should be decorated gaily and adorned with flowers and pictures.
Osborne's Baba Yaga is malign, the Catacombs dank and mysterious, his unhatched chicks dance gaily - all captured in demonstration-class sound.