- v. Simple past tense and past participle of daisy-chain.
“Having just this one port isn't much, though keep in mind that all USB devices can be "daisy-chained," so in reality, you can attached countless external drives.”
“Just another typical daisy-chained media experience of today's fan.”
“If life was really a bunch of tiny moments daisy-chained together, then this, she thought, was one of those moments.”
“Where they walked, industrial green tile was speckled in dust and footprints, illuminated by caged utility lights daisy-chained to orange extension cords.”
“Small reactors can also be daisy-chained together as a city grows.”
“Once the daisy-chained extension that unrolls so smoothly in the video gets stored like that for a couple of months it won't come out straight anymore.”
“Rather than trying to ping-pong discussion between one or more individuals with daisy-chained @replies, using a simple #reply means that people not in the @reply queue will be able to follow along, as people do with Flickr or Delicious tags.”
“For it to be considered a horror film, I think it would have benefitted from have three classic film monsters daisy-chained; maybe Dracula, Frankenstein's Creation and the Wolfman or Jason, Leatherface and Freddie.”
“The controllers needed to be daisy-chained together.”
“If you need to charge something larger, like a laptop, two or more iSuns can be daisy-chained together to produce more power.”
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