from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Behaving as if mentally unbalanced; very eccentric.
- adj. Whimsical; prankish.
- adj. Slang Intoxicated; drunk.
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- adj. behaving in an eccentric manner, as though led by pixies.
- adj. whimsical
- adj. drunk
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- adj. naughtily or annoyingly playful
- adj. very drunk
In 6th grade, I got second place in the Riverside County Spelling Bee the word I misspelled was "pixilated", and went on to the state bee in Santa Rosa.
The rear of the car in fact has a disembodied or "pixilated" look, representing a tail-of-the-comet metaphor, as if the sheer speed of the vehicle is pulling the underlying, technical "Frame" rearward, away from the sensuous, flowing "Skin" above.
The rear of the car in fact has a disembodied or "pixilated" look, representing a tail-of-the-comet metaphor, as if the sheer speed of the vehicle is pulling the underlying, technical "Frame" rearward, away from the sensuous, flowing
"pixilated" stained-glass window installed by Gerhard Richter in 2007.
Christie's Images Limited 'Ohhh … Alright' The 1964 painting, "Ohhh … Alright …," depicts a pixilated redheaded woman clutching a telephone.
Though his genital attributes were much discussed and nonchalant nudity liberally on display — pixilated on camera, naturally — the new guy is hardly just another sorry Charlie.
No one could determine, because the video had been taken by a cell phone that produced a highly pixilated image, what Richardson actually held.
Sitting across from Assange, who was wearing a light-colored, open-necked shirt and his usual brown blazer, Colbert goofed around for a minute, his own face pixilated and voice modified to protect against a drone attack.
Mix-matched dither patterns and pixilated details compete for attention with obvious commercial camera work.
In the 1980s, it had built its headquarters as a statement of its success on the cutting edge of the effort to render the physical world into the pixilated bits of the new digital realm.