- v. Simple past tense and past participle of chicken.
“We know who signed and then who chickened, which is a kind word for it.”
“I mean, it sort of seems like Judd Gregg is the runaway bride, Wolf, you know, who kind of chickened out because ...”
“Generally, I make these crispier than you see in the photo-I kind of chickened out, thinking it would look burnt.”
“Most of our men had kind of chickened out on us, and most of us that were sticking were the women.”
“The old lady saw Joe noticing and let him know she was available, interested, ready to go, but Joe chickened out.”
“I pulled my trekking pants about halfway down (yes, they make pants for every occasion nowadays) before I chickened out – aching butt be damned.”
“I chickened out and couldn't keep pulling the trigger when he begged me not to do it the first time.”
“Bleeding heart conservative crybaby who chickened out of a speaking event due to the mean and scary Canadains.”
“Sarah Palin wanted to try teabagging, but she chickened out.”
“So like Sarah Palin, you tea-baggers chickened out and quit because you got heat from a few liberals?”
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