- v. Simple past tense and past participle of binge.
“Probably few do binge drink before a hunt (I don't drink at all when hunting), but I've encountered hunters, usually road hunting (which is illegal but probably not as challenging on their circulation) who were so "binged" that you could smell the whiskey from ten feet away.”
“I was talking to someone this week who said he'd "binged" for something.”
“Apparently I "binged" yesterday while watching some pregame and two football games, roughly seven hours.”
“Just like when Microsoft paid to have someone say that they "binged" something for an answer.”
“Hatton has not 'binged' on his family holiday this year, and is believed to have had an earlier 'cut-off' point in his celebrations.”
“Does he know what it's like to hate yourself because you "binged" on lettuce in a "weak" moment because your body was begging you for some nutrition, ANY nutrition even though you weren't "allowed" to eat?”
“Mr Kelleher summed it up rather succinctly: we "binged" on credit.”
“Our recently published study was intended to determine whether people who 'binged' on MDMA, like animals given high dosages of MDMA, developed dopamine neurotoxicity in addition to serotonin neurotoxicity," McCann said.”
“And as soon as they met their weight loss goal and were allowed small quantities of fruits, vegetables and some starch, almost all of them binged and gained back their weight.”
“I binged on it, and I fell in love with it all over again.”
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