- v. Simple past tense and past participle of filter.
““It meant people, not in the mass but individuals, who did me the honor of inviting me into their homes; people to whom I was no longer a name filtered through the wordage of imaginative press agents, but a person whom they knew.””
“I see Facebook as an experiment in "filtered connections" in social networking.”
“There is only one unexpected benefit of this otherwise noxious weed: its roots and leaves concentrate within them substantial amounts of polluting heavy metals which they have filtered from the lake.”
“It would have been around 1957, when I was 5, and the word filtered down to my midget level from the tough older brothers of my little friends.”
“Note: Trypsin, made in solution and then sterile-filtered, is used to transfer populations of cells from one culture dish to the next.”
“Biodiesel cars can run on plain filtered coconut oil”
“Fifth Avenue and the word filtered here and there that they were bound for a Red meeting at Tolliver Hall.”
“In the suburbs the hiker finds the long brown path leading wherever he chooses, by day, in filtered sunlight, or by evening, in the midst of the rhythmic orchestration of tree frogs.”
“Then the procession swerved down a cross street and headed for Fifth Avenue and the word filtered here and there that they were bound for a Red meeting at Tolliver”
“Avenue and the word filtered here and there that they were bound for a”
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