- v. Simple past tense and past participle of guest.
“I'd have 'guested' if I could have arranged my diary.”
“A special word for Wyre Davies, who 'guested' for us at scrum half.”
“The "Parks & Recreation" star guested on "Chelsea Lately" on Wednesday night to talk about "Our Idiot Brother," the star-studded indie pic in which she plays the girlfriend of Zooey Deschanel, who is one of Paul Rudd's three put-upon sisters.”
“The third-season opener wittily reunited Heaton with her Everybody Loves Raymond hubby Ray Romano, who guested in a flashback as Mike's nudnik ex-high-school classmate who nearly ruined his honeymoon with Heaton's Frankie.”
“He has guested on a handful of shows, including an upcoming episode of Chuck, and has appeared in movies such as Old School.”
“Williams wasn't the only David Simon HBO drama alum to turn up on Community's opener: Treme casualty John Goodman also guested as the intimidating vice dean of Greendale's Air Conditioning Repair Annex.”
“Viera, who indeed hails from the Bronx, was featured on Martin Lawrence Presents 1st Amendment Stand Up and also guested on 30 Rock.”
“Crunching beats, good tune, video of a model having an emotional breakdown in the chemist's … it effectively said to Fenech-Soler, the band who guested on the single, this is how you do it.”
“The great Marc Maron guested on The Sporkful recently for a hilarious discussion of all things coffee.”
“Let's hope they involve proven TV vets Chi McBride (Human Target) and Dave Foley (NewsRadio), who guested in the finale as the project manager on Ted and Barney's new building and Marshall's potential new boss, respectively.”
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