- v. Simple past tense and past participle of gate-crash.
“The Spanish and the Dutch have gate-crashed successfully, as have numerous international organizations ranging from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations ASEAN to the International Labor Organization.”
“Their self-titled '04 debut was a synth-pop bacchanal; on its too-somber follow-up, "Ta - Dah," gloomy meditations on fame and death gate-crashed the Sisters' perpetual Studio 54.”
“Even so, they were shocked moments later as early editions of British newspapers were nearly uniform in the verdict that Mr. Clegg had gate-crashed the race with his message of change.”
“Their self-titled '04 debut was a synth-pop bacchanal; on its too-somber follow-up, "Ta-Dah," gloomy meditations on fame and death gate-crashed the Sisters' perpetual Studio 54.”
“Dimond, who wrote the book with the cooperation of the Salahis, also told Carlson: "I talked to a lot of my Secret Service sources [and asked], 'Can they have gate-crashed?' and the answer kept coming back, 'No -- the gate had to have opened, and they have to have been allowed in.”
“On January 27th of this year, Max Markson signed up a couple of new clients: Tareq and Michaele Salahi, that pair of irresponsible famewhores who gate-crashed a White House state dinner last November.”
“At eleven in the night, the bicycle boys gate-crashed the party.”
“Move over Mumbai, Bahrain and Qatar -- Taipei, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok have gate-crashed the rankings of the world's top financial centers, according to a new survey.”
“By posting an open invitation in the popular networking site 'Face Book', School girl Hudson invited trouble when more than 400 youngsters gate-crashed into her Spanish villa where she was celebrating her 16th Birthday Party last Friday.”
“Aaron Barschak, a comedian who gate-crashed Prince William's 21st birthday party, and a man dressed as Hitler were ejected from the auction.”
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