- v. Simple past tense and past participle of hype.
“The book I wrote then - the title hyped but certainly appropriate now,”
“Besides not crashing, the one feature I'll be looking for in 7, that I have not seen hyped, is the ability to retain a memory about how I want things displayed.”
“The Hopefully Near Future: "Perhaps the most intriguing promise these [video-on-demand] sites hold, at least for those whose interest in film extends beyond the new, the recent and the aggressively hyped, is of a kind of virtual cinematheque," writes AO Scott.”
“But because of the so-called "hyped" storm warnings, Scout was only allowed out last night next to the garage, on a tight lead.”
“Hopefully by now everyone has seen the trailer, which on the contrary does kick ass, because while this poster doesn't make me any more excited, I can watch that trailer over and over and remain hyped.”
“Stalin coined the hyped notion of what he called 'sleepers' or 'sleeper cells' -- these were purported to be secret terrorist agents of global capitalism who would pretend to be good Soviet citizens, perhaps for years, but who would rise up at a signal to wreak mass havoc on Soviet society.”
“Avatar has HUGE potential to be over-hyped, which is death to a project like this.”
“Resident Evil film simply stands for something that they want, namely hyped-up, futuristic zombie-killing action.”
“Iran's nuclear threat 'hyped', atomic watchdog Mohamed ElBaradei says nuclear threat has been "hyped" and there is no evidence that the”
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