- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bump.
“The real URL you own is bumped from the fourth page of search results to the fifth page. davidhornik”
“Had he returned to Atlanta, who would he have bumped from the rotation?”
“I thought it got bumped from the agenda for its second reading when the Memorial Coliseum issue flared up.”
“I got bumped from the live show this a.m., so we taped the segment and hopefully it will air soon.”
“New Orleans Saints CB Jason David has been bumped from the flight to Cincinnati by gubernatorial order.”
“Not only that: Barnes & Noble has limited shelf-space, so the launch of this Landmark non-fiction line means that OTHER much better, more contemporary, accurate, well-illustrated children's non-fiction will be bumped from the shelves, bumped from future opportunities to be bought by B&N.”
“– - Bush getting “quizzed” by Larry King is like one of those lucky passengers bumped from a doomed flight.”
“Would anyone really hate to see McLaughlin bumped?”
“Smoltz had to wait an extra day to make this long-awaited playoff start, getting bumped from the expected Game 1 nod to give his shoulder a little extra rest.”
“PREEMPTNITION (n) The feeling you have when you realize the story you've worked on for a week is about to get bumped from the show.”
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Words used in the rare book trade (of which I was once a part). For more about how such books are put together, see hernesheir's excellent The Bindery.
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