- v. Simple past tense and past participle of banter.
“The term ‘triple bottom line’ * is a phrase bantered around in business circles.”
“Now there is a phrase bantered about by the Repugs and Bush Adminstration, but ever so hypocritical they do the bait and switch.”
“Another veteran who has had his name bantered about in trade rumors is defenseman”
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“We were able to take notes during this trial, and every single one of us, we just kind of bantered back and forth as far as this doctor said this, and that doctor said that, and slowly but surely, it came down to criminal intent and malice aforethought.”
“Where they "bantered," cajoled, and sneered, arousing a very mild irritation, Swift's scornful invective, and biting satire silenced into fear the enemies of the Queen's chosen ministers.”
“The staff bantered with a couple guys down the bar from us and occasionally yelled out order numbers.”
“As a child she was kept out of school for long stretches by rheumatic fever, but she learned French and German, studied Greek and bantered with her brother in Latin.”
“Paul and Lloyd allowed themselves to be bantered into making the descent together.”
“I came here tonight in an attempt to further our relationship," Drake bantered early in Saturday night's set -- his first in a two-night stand at DAR Constitution Hall.”
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