- v. Simple past tense and past participle of medicate.
“… The future will be particularly bright for those who’ve invested in medicated socks.”
“They talked vaginas, more vaginas, the radicalness of mommyblogging (from a dad’s perspective), the reasons why the road more medicated is sometimes the road best travelled, corpses in bathrooms, team building and swallowing cameras, how to be almost sort-of always sometimes Canadian, and – because it wouldn’t be a well-rounded week of guest posts if it didn’t come full circle back to genitalia – balls and porn.”
“I would say that while he's medicated, which is certainly the case now -- at least I imagine it is -- it would be very unwise for the authorities to try to interrogate him.”
“They also received a treatment called medicated urethral system for erection (MUSE) three times a week.”
“... plus I'm more than a bit medicated, which is also part of why I feel ok.”
“The dopey-looking monkey on Strange Adventures is rather underwhelming, between the "medicated" look on his face and the dry dialogue "You will now put those books inside this valise!”
“Seriously, dude, if you don't take some time out from yanking that thing you're going to need some kind of medicated cream ...”
“I went over and read the post and all the comments, Stephen is so busy trying to mix the kool-aid, serve it to a large crowd that ain't willing to drink anymore and at the same time Stephen is trying to pound back as many glasses himself to keep himself properly "medicated" to serve both the Party and Cause at the same time.”
“In order to operate effectively and sharpen their visionary potential, dice must periodically be ritually purified or "medicated" by a diviner.”
“Scott cried, Jennifer cried, but I think I was too "medicated" and likely in shock/overwhelmed to let go.”
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