- v. Simple past tense and past participle of brainwash.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. subjected to intensive forced indoctrination resulting in the rejection of old beliefs and acceptance of new ones.
- adj. subjected to intensive forced indoctrination resulting in the rejection of old beliefs and acceptance of new ones
“That's more insensitive -- that's more insulting to me than me using a term 'brainwashed,'" he said.”
“You do realize that the reason you are so gullible and easily brainwashed is that you are STUPID dont you?”
“It was the maximum sentence allowed under Kansas law. you are just a pathetic little pea-brain brainwashed coward. went you get to the pearly gates St. Peter will be there giving you the moon and point to the highway to hell.”
“Sarah Palin brainwashed by the Russians ... that could explain a lot.”
“Tea Party marchers, however, acted with an air of constipation, arrogance, intolerant and predisposed to lying, fearmongoring, intimidation, and completely brainwashed from the faux news channel.”
“They call it brainwashed for a reason – their brain is washed free of reason and rationality …”
“I don't think he is saying that all Hillary supporters are "brainwashed" - just the ones who are petulantly threatening to vote Republican if their horse doesn't win.”
“I am proud to be counted among those who are considered "brainwashed" - I have never felt more sure or clear or free since I have come to have a personal relationship with the Creator of the Universe and the Savior of my soul and the one who made me to Crave that relationship with Him.”
“The president said he was taking Duke over Louisville in the second round of the tournament because his aide Reggie Love, a Duke graduate, has him "brainwashed" -- though he predicted that would be a difficult game for the Blue Devils.”
“i can never figure if these guys just want to lie to us for selfish political purposes OR they are just plain brainwashed OR stupid”
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