- v. Simple past tense and past participle of graffiti.
“Gee, I wonder how those four daughters -- or the other families who have reported derogatory terrorist-related terms graffitied on their Tinley Park property -- feel about Tinley being the "Best Place in America to Raise Kids.”
“At Gray's first show at the Mudd Club, the band huddled in front of a bare lightbulb "as if it were some kind of fire," Mr. Holman said, with a backdrop of graffitied gray photo paper.”
“It's easy to romanticize the socialist ideals graffitied on every concrete wall, because generosity seems to be contagious.”
“The culprits of the arson attack, three members of the Earth Liberation Front ELF, used our West Covina dealership as the backdrop for a sensationalist stunt to nationally publicize their message: down with "gas-guzzling" Hummers and the "big, fat, lazy Americans" who drive them, as two of the various slogans graffitied onto more than 80 SUVs on the lot stated.”
“From interactive installation art and graffitied portraits to cufflinks and condom packs, there's a wide range of experiences and products available for the royally obsessed.”
“Breakdance classes are a weekly fixture and, inside and out, there are huge, graffitied murals that capture a seemingly unanimous dedication to the culture of urban black America.”
“The blocks crowded the graffitied commercial centers, where we went to buy our bread and butter.”
“Emerging from the tube at Bromley-by-Bow in east London I navigate a graffitied subway before walking alongside the busy A12 while cars, lorries and buses hurtle past.”
“There is only one "Death to Israel," graffitied in black spray paint.”
“It was meant to be an indoor sculpture, but they put it outside, sitting in water, where it deteriorated badly and was graffitied.”
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