- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lobster.
“Both had pasty, desk-job complexions lobstered with patches of fresh sunburn on upper arm and shoulder, light-brown hair that hung past their shoulders, and rimless glasses.”
“Got well and truly lobstered at the airshow at RAF Gutersloh.”
“Or bathe in it, and you’ll be lobstered in no time at all.”
“I've fished and lobstered round here so much that I know every rock and shoal for miles.”
“beauty burn" sets in, a condition similar to "museum burn," a state summarized in Boston by my older son when he pushed away from the table after a meal and announced, "I'm all lobstered out.”
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