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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of drop.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. born; -- used of an animal. Opposite of
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Another contestant and early favorite, Javier Colon, released two albums for Capitol Records and another after the label dropped him.
But when WWII came along and the Nazis brought us Aryans, the term dropped from their usage.
I gasped in recognition, pulling away, falling as my name dropped from his lips in a seductive, knowing tone.
The word dropped like something from a great height.
A quick search suggested that most uses of the title dropped the comma.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: But if flopped, selling a scant 300 copies and the label dropped her.
“I have come to realize,” I wrote to Irving, “that the importance of the name dropped depends in great part on the company it is dropped in.”
"My—" began Ishmael, and the word dropped off into that white void, leaving him silent.
Then, when I was in the shower, a word dropped from the showerhead.
Patriots, he is hearing his name dropped on late-night television - when O'Brien sang "Gronkowski's Fire" - or is the subject of praise emanating from the snowy mountains of Washington State.
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