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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of mode.
- adj. Put in an embarrassing situation.
- adj. Contraction for outmoded.
- adj. A fit to suit.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
If you thought you couldn't dance... then you've been "moded"...
Falcon-1 is 2/5 and an uprated moded, the Falcon-1e, is in the works.
I'm glad othter posters alluded to this b/c I wasn't sure if this was an old fashioned/out moded term.
When I speak of an end to Christianity, I am directly speaking about the end of an archaic out-moded systematic expression of faith.
The Boy Wonder: “You mean a threesome of crafted poetics like we stellar-moded with Catwoman last night?”
I really wish I had kept that CRX because there are very few left that have not been moded out with the larger V-Tek engines.
"Search engine marketing company boss, Mark Furber, believes a five-year development plan for the new search project QUAERO could be out-moded due to the pace of technology change and it has therefore no chance of overtaking Google."
Please ask questions, leave comments (mean spirited hate mail and spam will be moded out, but constructive criticism will be let through), make jokes, etc.
Baby Doll as the unhappy, clever though unschooled wife, Archie as the out-moded Southerner and Vacarro as the despised outsider.
Since the Maryland and Virginia legislatures decided to get tougher with immigration and employment regulations, many new comers have moded to the District, a safer place but where housing costs aren't getting any cheaper and jobs are scarce.
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