- v. Simple past tense and past participle of mug.
“In other words, that you got mugged is not in and of itself proof that the police, sheriff's dept., etc. incompetently or negligently performed their job (protecting you), and you would have no grounds to sue them solely on that basis.”
“Being mugged is a scary thing and your self-awareness about how that has the potential to feed into unintended opressive feelings about race is so honest and raw.”
“Because “whining” about being mugged is the biggest b! tchy professional victim act that I’ve ever seen!”
“If they weren't slaves, then maybe you wouldn't have been "mugged" as one of you put it.”
“Oh, so the black guy "mugged" Bill Clinton, now I ...”
“If I meet the people who "mugged" you, I will shake their hands.”
“The trouble with Sanjay Gupta," says Paul Krugman, is seen in the way he "mugged" Michael Moore.”
“Althouse: "The trouble with Sanjay Gupta," says Paul Krugman, is seen in the way he "mugged" Michael Moore.”
“And even Jeff - because he's blogged something a bit off mnessage - has been "mugged" by new lab spin - rather than just has a different view.”
“Public sadness about millionaire Premiership footballers 'mugged' over charity donations will today be lifted by news that the minimum wage goes up this month by 17p an hour.”
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Words and phrases from Lynn Flewelling's book, Luck in the Shadows.
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