- v. present participle of prep.
“I took the econ GRE prior to grad school, but the knowledge I learned and retained in prepping for it was miniscule compared to what I learned once I started taking classes.”
“And if an opponent shows laxness in prepping, the kicker is authorized (in all but endgame situations when a single point is needed) to audible to the two point attempt.”
“Oh, forgot to mention I actually added one more step in prepping the tiles, I whitewashed them with diluted water based paint before sealing them.”
“Because I'd love to introduce my daughter to Louisiana (now that she's old enough for me to spend a week or two in prepping her for the whole culture shock that she'll encounter).”
“In Pentagon-speak, this is known as "prepping the psychological battlefield.”
“Being in the military and changing duty stations fairly rapidly is not conducive to long term prepping, as has been mentioned before on your site.”
“But one thing I’ve learned about JT Ellison is that she’s not only a great talent, but a very determined woman, and she worked tirelessly in prepping the proposal.”
“I used to think the idea of prepping one's skin for the summer was as daft as the idea of summer makeup.”
“This selective leaking, followed by feigned indignation, is called prepping the battlefield, or more fitting to the Obama administration, "propagandizing the masses.”
“The scam is easy to avoid: Just read carefully over any invoice or contract before you sign it alarms, extra cleaning, "prepping," rust-proofing, fabric protection and paint sealant are all common but unnecessary add-ons that sometimes appear on the invoice unknown to the buyer.”
Looking for tweets for prepping.