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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of paste.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Affixed with glue or paste.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. affixed or as if affixed with glue or paste


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  • A label pasted to the top of the folder was inscribed in felt-tip pen: “McBRIDE, Grace Maureen, 08/26/95.”

    The Hanging Tree

  • But the label pasted on the bottle contained an inscription in good readable German, thus translated:

    Jezebel's Daughter

  • There was a label pasted on the lid, a large white one, coloured with a crude illustration in red depicting a vacuum cleaner of the Hoover type sweeping a white swathe. upon a spotted carpet.

    Movie Night

  • The wooden lids are then nailed down with brass or zinc nails, and a label pasted on the outside giving the weight and description of the contents.

    Nitro-Explosives: A Practical Treatise

  • Each different supply should be kept by itself and carefully described on a label pasted on to the rack, and tubes from different lots should not be used for critical welds.

    On Laboratory Arts

  • These volumes can be lettered in ink on the canvas, or in gold on a colored leather label pasted on the cloth.

    A Library Primer

  • There was a label pasted on the lid, with an address, written in a business-like hand --

    Henry Dunbar A Novel

  • When I had done, and the two bottles were together on the table -- the bottle that I had filled, and the bottle that I had brought front the chemist -- I noticed that they were both of the same size, and that both had a label pasted on them, marked 'Poison.'

    The Fallen Leaves

  • I would strongly suspect that you cut and pasted from a word processing program.

    J Street apologist miscounts Israeli options. | RedState

  • Copied and pasted from the Timbers message board ...

    Fireman Randy and Paulson robbing from the poor (Jack Bog's Blog)

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