- v. Simple past tense and past participle of diss.
“Palin dissed Obama every chance she could, whenever she was speaking, and now you say it's sad that she endures the same thing?”
“Fey's one of the best writers on television and Palin dissed her line.”
“Griping about being dissed is more fun than being forced to reveal to the other kids that they can’t do the work.”
“CUPP: Well, if the Obama administration would stop condescending and insulting and ignoring those people who don ` t like a public option, then I think, yeah, they ` d be more interested in what he has to say, but they don ` t like being dissed, which is kind of like what the White House is doing right now.”
“COP: Well, if the Obama Administration would stop condescending and insulting and ignoring those people who don ` t like a public option, then, yeah, I think they ` d be more interested in hearing what he had to say, but they don ` t like being dissed, which is kind of what the White House is doing right now.”
“She describes her students, mostly poor and minority, as "dissed" -- "disenfranchised, discouraged and dismissed.”
“Breitbart throws some chum in the shark pool by reminding us that what's-his-name dissed Sarah Palin:”
“You're way too old to be carrying on like a high school prom queen who got "dissed".”
“Sent it back and they 'dissed' me like a rube, and suggested that I buy their newest widefield.”
“Rachel, Obama isn't the only person who has "dissed" Bush & rightfully so! rajah kahn”
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