- v. Simple past tense and past participle of metastasize.
“The word "metastasized" was the one in the report that first caught my eye, and ear.”
“His reputation "metastasized" (his word) when he took on AIG four years before the insurance giant was universally acknowledged as the Death Star at the center of the financial collapse.”
“It is tougher to get coverage if the cancer metastasized, meaning it spread to another part of the body, but a few carriers will still provide coverage if there's been no treatment in the past 10 years, he says.”
“Franzen spoke of Wallace's final months, when his depression had "metastasized" and phone conversations became lifelines.”
“Hugh Pickens writes "CNET reports that Daphne Keller, a senior policy counsel at Google, says ACTA has 'metastasized' from a proposal to address border security and counterfeit goods to an sweeping international legal framework for copyright and the Internet that could”
“From what I understand, most Tea Partiers are against big, metastasized government, and against the current regime, just as Michael Moore and other principled Progs have been against a less controlling-engineering-redistributionist one.”
“Like our metastasized national debt, it is another way of ripping off the future for the benefit of a corrupt few in the present.”
“Spokesman Alfredo Scoccimarro said the cancer was discovered on 22 December, and follow-up tests showed that it has not spread to her lymph nodes, nor has it metastasized.”
“This form is present in large amounts in primary tumors that have spread or metastasized," said Y.”
“That was before the financial sector metastasized to gobble up 40% of the nation's profits, and before the growth of derivatives and similar transactions made the disconnect between "real world" economic activity and non-reality-based financial dealings so extreme.”
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