- v. Simple past tense and past participle of aks.
“The question to be aksed is why McCain feels Hamas wants Obama in the white house?”
“He "aksed" a simple question whose answer he didn't really want to hear if it didn't conform to his own narrative.”
“I mentioned my feelings on the matter because I was aksed a question, and I saw no reason to withold an answer.”
“He again aksed Israel to lift restrictions on Gaza, saying it "must not be allowed to remain a prison camp.”
“Get real, Sarah Wheaton and dont just type what U are aksed to by you WHITE Male Superiors.”
“Ai aksed Scrooge McPig hao tu cyoore yu ob teh pleh adn hims sed “Ack, yu punch hur” so, Fronk is bringing teh needlols… oh, adn sum Mayo aifinkso. * nod nod *”
“Well I came upon a cat ov CC who wuz walking a long teh road and I aksed him Kitteh tell me where yu are go ing”
“Ai wil neber fergit teh dai menne yeers ago mai grammuvver red taht partikular term innna buk an aksed meh iffen ai knew wat it ment.”
“Our company has cultivated a reputation for speedy nofewquestions aksed payments in the event of a loss.”
“For example, he talked about 'pray without ceasing' and aksed who could do that when busy with work, family, community.”
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