- v. Simple past tense and past participle of megaphone.
“Many of those forces were the same ones that suckered the nation into Iraq, with media - megaphoned fear - mongering.”
“Henry laughed, drank some beer, wiped his upper lip, jammed the beer between his thighs, megaphoned his hands, and shouted: “Brook-lyn!””
“There is the megaphoned voice of the female principal of the primary school, with her drill-sergeant calisthenics calls during recess at the school.”
“Her megaphoned voice sounded even deeper and huskier.”
“It was as though the startling message had been megaphoned to every man aboard the _Everett_.”
“However, to our intense relief, nothing of what we had feared happened, and as the raider came slowly nearer to us -- up till now we had not even seen one of the enemy -- an officer on the bridge megaphoned us to come alongside.”
“The time keeper, to whom the referee had megaphoned for time out, stopped the game, while Captain Butch Brewster, the campus Doctor, and several players worked over the senseless Biff.”
““Good people,” megaphoned old Coutts, “what is the meaning of this?””
“A deep megaphoned voice announced the New York train.”
“They are known to all; for they have been effectively megaphoned and broadcast throughout the land.”
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