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  • r  in a flippant manner
    this cannot be airily explained to your children

  • A new gag: Chaplin trying to light his cigar but succeeding only in lighting the cigar which another character is waving airily before his face.
  • The Alsop brothers, who had considerably more reason to ask, airily wired their editors that "these particular reporters prefer their crow fricasseed.
  • Dick airily dismisses the danger, and besides, his technique is actually a matter of necessity.
Quotes

  • Eleanor Clift in Biloxi Sun Herald
    Contributing Editor Eleanor Clift writes that she recognizes that Hillary's in the fight of her life, "But I'm having a hard time with her campaign tactics. When she airily dismisses Barack Obama as someone who just makes a speech, she's insulting...

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