- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bark.
“Hed made it to within a few feet of his own office when he heard his name barked by an all-too-familiar voice.”
“As Aziz looked at the monitors, the walkie-talkie on his hip squawked and his name barked forth.”
“She heard her name barked, reverberating through corridors like a solitary drunk.”
“And then, as he leaped cleanly and well, one lone rifle barked from the pit, and he doubled up in mid-air, struck the ground in a ball, and like a ball bounced from the impact, and came down in a broken heap.”
“During the performance of Ehab Khalid, a 23-year-old painter from Baghdad, Amin barked out "Stop!" as the beat of a helicopter passed overhead.”
“The cow pony halted with a start; the rider jerked straight in his saddle; the echo of the call barked back from some angling cliff face down the ravine.”
“And then, as he leaped cleanly and well, one lone rifle barked from the pit, and he doubled up in mid-air, struck the ground in a ball, and like a teal”
“WALLA WALLA - "About turn with your dogs and tug," Robin German barked to a small group of dogs, who seemed to lead their owners in what was supposed to be a square pattern, but the square was now looking more like a circle of prancing pups and tugging owners.”
“Overhearing my own name barked into the transmitter, I listened without scruple.”
“A police canine picked up on Gibbs 'hiding spot and barked, which is when Gibbs hopped into the river, police said.”
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Weeeelllllll, tom swifties really but I don't think of them very often. There are zillions out there in internet land so I'm looking for fresh, really awful ones :-)
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