- v. Simple past tense and past participle of prod.
“The indifferent set of his expression prodded her into a boldness that bordered on rashness.”
“I ain't never seen a hair-eater up close, and I wasn't about to touch the thing, but I crept up real close and kind of prodded it with my stick.”
“And it was kind of prodded by a very good editor named Paul Goliv at the Free”
“A user named Kusunose had "prodded" it ” that is, put a red-edged banner at the top of the article proposing it for deletion within five days.”
“Norman also differed from the French of Paris later to evolve—and to be prodded, reassembled, and rationalized by French academicians—into Modern French.”
“He stuck his fingers between the thorns and prodded; he put his nose as close as he dared, inhaling deeply; he scratched his chin and tugged his ear.”
“But the irreverent Honeymouth, trying to maintain his poise, prodded me, saying, Come on, Superego.”
“His fingertip came away with a coating of slime, which Umber wiped off on his pant leg. The root paused for a moment, as a worm might when prodded, and then resumed its cautious journey.”
“I prodded teachers for glowing letters of recommendation.”
“Ben gritted his teeth as the doctor poked and prodded.”
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