from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Slang Dazed, silly, or incoherent from or as if from blows to the head; punch-drunk.
- adj. Slang Happy-go-lucky.
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- adj. Incoherent from being struck, punch drunk.
- adj. Irresponsibly free.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. dazed from or as if from repeated blows
- adj. cheerfully irresponsible
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The Russians and Chinese, on the other hand, have a slaphappy habit of making more weapons than they actually need.
If Pixar delivered a new Toy Story film every three years, I'd be slaphappy.
She scampered up to everyone in turn, wagging her tail like mad, going person to person, saying howdy, ignoring no one, bursting with enthusiasm and slaphappy joy.
Disillusioned, Perelman wound up coming back to the States; Newman did not, which is a shame for the rest of us, as our bickering, divided, slaphappy nation could have used more of his perceptive objectivity, dry wit and profound sense of fair play.
He looks radiant and slaphappy, he actually trots toward me.
Halliburton CEOs in Wonderland, slaphappy Mad Hatters with multi-million dollar smiles that conveniently disappeared when they spoke of their love and concern for the troops.
Because slaphappy for this might sound, a smaller plate will seem fuller than a larger plate with the equal amount on that, and so your mind will tell apart the rest of your body that it is catching more food.
This is all too easily forgotten when we're still slaphappy about getting Obama in the White House.
Some women want that slaphappy, he's-fat-but-he's-my-teddy bear kinda love, as in the sitcom, The King of Queens.
Did you get the name as a derivative of “slaphappy”?