- v. Simple past tense and past participle of jigsaw.
“And Zilla ends up getting "jigsawed" in some grisly fashion.”
“In the early 1960s, as Africa broke free from European colonialism, liberation figures like Ghana's Kwame Nkrumah or Kenya' Jomo Kenyatta imagined forming this continent jigsawed by colonial borders into a single world power: the United States of Africa.”
“I'll know that you and I and God and everything, ever, are all jumbled and jigsawed in ways none of us could imagine”
“Wrapping a single landscape around three walls, arranging the perspective so that foreground trees disappear into the ceiling-line, and even popping the foregrounded foliage out of the wall slightly by forming it out of painted, jigsawed pieces of pressboard, all seem attempts to create an illusion.”
“As consciousness first dawns, the infant begins to grasp — in the form of individual items of experience — jigsaw pieces in what might be an immense jigsawed picture of the meaning of his existence, and of life itself.”
“Sloughs jigsawed the landscape, water oozed and streamed from roadside rocks.”
“Along the spine at the top was attached a vertical shape jigsawed from a wooden board.”
“Every so often he saw a truck head off to a series of big temporary buildings nearby, carrying loads of hastily stacked paper and organic material, jigsawed bits of people.”
“Bodies are not jigsawed together as mosaics of phenotypic pieces, each one contributed by a different gene.”
“A screened porch with pillars of thin painted pine surmounted by scrolls and brackets and bumps of jigsawed wood.”
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