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overripe

oh ver rahyp

  • s  too ripe and beginning to turn soft

  • There is also a homosexual Caravaggio, moved into the spotlight during the '70s by gay liberation: the painter of overripe, peachy bits of rough trade, with yearning mouths and .
  • Her succulent book has its stretches of overripe prose, but that's the price of taking the chances she takes with language, chances you have to take to arrive at the witchy places .
  • It would be only a matter of time before they were gliding overhead, dropping bombs on us like overripe fruit from a highway overpass.
News & Articles

  • Movie review: ‘Turbo’ rides a familiar path
    There’s nothing really wrong with “Turbo,” a cute story of a plucky snail who aspires to be a racer. It’s just that there’s nothing to this DreamWorks Animation adventure except pleasantly formulaic storytelling and predictable follow-your-dreams sentimentality. Theo (voiced by Ryan Reynolds) works with his fellow snails in a tomato garden, waiting for the overripe fruit to drop while they avoid ...
    July 17, 2013 - The Salt Lake Tribune
Quotes

  • Brad McCrimmon in ESPN
    I think Kenny's line is overripe,Wings assistant coach Brad McCrimmon said Monday. "Jonathan Ericsson spent three years in the minors. He's 25, not 18, trying to survive in the NHL. It's a tough league, let's not kid ourselves. It's the...
  • Stephen Colbert in Entertainment Weekly
    Stephen Colbert called Woodstock "the foul harvest of an overripe decade" during his interview with Taking Woodstock director Ang Lee on last night's Report.
  • Vladimir Lenin in CTV.ca
    It is quite interesting that Vladimir Lenin predicted "we will encircle the United States which will be the last bastion of capitalism. We will not have to attack. It will fall like an overripe fruit into our hands".

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