- v. Simple past tense and past participle of journal.
“I could have "journaled" this stuff, but I find the blog to be a journal of sorts for me sometimes.”
“I journaled the conversation, because, well I'm like that.”
“Ah, yeah, this is exactly what I was wondering--if your intent was to get the paper peer-journaled.”
“I journaled their stories, researched statistics and realized that I needed to do something.”
“I agree, your blog is your blip - one day you'll look back and remember all the memories that you've journaled.”
“Today, James Camner, an antiquarian bookseller and appraiser, journaled his experiences as an Obama phonebanker dialing undecided voters in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.”
“But give the mainstream a try too: With more than 100 letters to the editor printed in my name, in my experience letters to the editor are not as censored as journaled articles.”
“They journaled from the trip back to the classroom.”
“I have journaled since age 8 and have a ton of books.”
“The important one I hung onto and journaled about was pinpointing the time for change in your life.”
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