punch-drunk


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punch-drunk

demonstrating or characteristic of the behaviour of a person who has suffered repeated blows to the head, esp a professional boxer
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Gav Humphries, of Punch-Drunk Comedy which won the Chortle award for Best Large Comedy Club in the North, last week encouraged Bedlington residents to show their support for Bradley on social media through the #HeartsOotForBradley movement.
ME ME ME!" I'm still punch-drunk from hearing their insanely stupid soundbites.
Forget the increasingly punch-drunk sequels - this film broke the mould for underdog stories, winning three Oscars in 1977.
The format is normally a (0 to 10, extremely risky to minimum risk) tick-lists, the questions are highly subjective and those taking part get so punch-drunk, occasionally ticking a different box to make their contribution appear more plausible.
A swooning, punch-drunk love letter to one of the world's greatest cities, "London: The Modern Babylon" unspools a magnificent collage of vintage and original material, offering a rousing unofficial history of Blighty's capitol.
It's honest and hopeful and more than a little punch-drunk, and utterly addictive.
Bengaluru, Mar 3 (ANI): Ireland's stunning three-wicket win at the Cricket World Cup has left the British press fuming, who have described England's performance as "punch-drunk" and resembling that of a "pub side".
Disappointed Tranmere manager Les Parry "We were punch-drunk after that but we showed good character to get back into the game but then we got hit by two killer blows which finished us off." Parry also hinted that the new FA Cup ball had posed young keeper Collister problems.
IRELAND looked slightly punch-drunk in the closing stages of their 1-0 openingleg defeat at home to France on Saturday but their supporters are backing them to come out fighting in tonight's decisive World Cup qualifying clash in Paris, writes Dan Childs.
With Merthyr 4-0 up within half an hour, Chippenham resembled a punch-drunk boxer.
KEVIN PIETERSEN last night raised a glass to his wife Jessica for helping to inspire the stunning century that rescued punch-drunk England in the third Test.
Some days I feel like a punch-drunk boxer going into the 11th round.