Did you perhaps mean inoculate?
- v. alternative spelling of inoculate.
“Could be a clumsy attempt to get the dirt out early so as to "innoculate" their candidate.”
“How hard would it be to "innoculate" the population with "bird flu" virus or any other agent they would dream up, whether in chemtrails, or simply doing so in crowded cities or airports?”
“I think this shows how important it is to "innoculate" our kids and teach them to expect weirdness from the wacky people living in the 1800's (you know, back when slavery existed and women couldn't vote).”
“Um, do we really need 130,000 troops to innoculate goats?”
“Bring the troops home & let the Iraqis innoculate their own goats.”
“The other thing those three decades have done is innoculate us against the promise of great gore and – worse – the spirit of Carpenter's Thing has been diluted by a zillion gorefests.”
“The Democratic critics accused Bush of turning govt. money for education to his own political use, namely, an ongoing effort to innoculate himself against their charges of inattention to domestic issues.”
“That was used to innoculate my mother the next time diphtheria came through that corner of Arkansas.”
“They are trying to innoculate themselves from criticism for planned attacks based on race by saying “he brought it up first.””
“And, in case you want to innoculate your children at an early age, I find there is now a copy of The Nose specially translated and illustrated just for kids.”
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Those I've come across and try to keep fresh within my mind.
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