- v. Simple past tense and past participle of exchange.
- adj. changed for (replaced by) something different
“Without a word exchanged between them, they stepped into the guest bedroom where Megan used to stay before she had moved back home.”
“Without touching, without another word exchanged between them, they turned and walked side by side toward the inn.”
“My ex bought this explanation and with hardly another word exchanged between us, she stripped off her clothes.”
“You see, in real-life pickup scenarios, hipsters are elusive creatures who spend hours exchanging information via eye-flashes and hair shakes with nary a word exchanged.”
“Therefore, the common substance that manifests itself, whenever they are exchanged, is their value.”
“There were calls exchanged with Minnie's foster parents.”
“Sarah Palin exchanged jokes with Sen. John Kerry this week.”
“The title, Maggie explained, comes from the phrase exchanged after a group makes a toast with their wine glasses -- but it also refers to the boxed wine she likes to drink, and how you have to tip the box to get the last of the wine out -- just as you have to do with life, she says.”
“HAMILTON: Dozens of people working together with hardly a word exchanged - just glances, and body language, and a common purpose.”
“As the internet, our newest medium for the exchange of information, has arrived, part of the information that can be exchanged is who wants what book, and who has that book to give away.”
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