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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of caravan.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Montezuma, the last of the Aztec kings, was forced to have poinsettias caravanned from the south into what now is Mexico City because the plant could not grow in such high altitudes.

    How the Mexican fire plant became the poinsettia

  • What you can see from the episode was pretty much a lot of the teams kind of caravanned around together, which was smart because anyone left alone was probably in trouble.

    The Deadbolt

  • Every three months, missionary trucks filled with toys, blankets and food make their way from the U.S. to poor colonies of Tijuana, as they did last December when they caravanned to La Colonia El Monte Bonito.

    Cejas and the great escape: Dog rescue in Tijuana

  • Like a funeral procession, they caravanned the short yet eternal road back to their apartment.

    A Country Called AMREEKA

  • After the Catholic rite, their 265 guests caravanned to the Four Seasons in Georgetown, where a Persian wedding ceremony, called an Aghd, was performed.

    'I was hoping I didn't open the door and see Attila the Hun.'

  • We grabbed some burgers and sandwiches and then caravanned back to Duluth.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • They all came to the funeral, of course, caravanned down from Boone to say good-bye.

    AMERICAN SUBVERSIVE

  • The tour began right after the season in New York, and the players, traveling in cars, caravanned through the Carolinas, veered west in Georgia, rumbled through the Deep South, bisected Texas, and barreled all the way to Southern California.

    WILLIE MAYS

  • After a few calls to Moab and Green River, Susan caravanned with the others south to Moab while the Colorado River dared her third gear to outpace italong the highway, and led her away from an almost Stephen King-like experience that only Cisco, Utah can scare you with if friends don't come along and move you gently forward, wherever forward leads.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • My name is Stuart Leeds – I'm the family practice MD that you met at the storage facility shortly before we all caravanned to Algiers today.

    Cindy Sheehan: Camp Casey to DC, With a Detour to New Orleans

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