- v. Simple past tense and past participle of punch.
“The best part is that Buzz Aldrin punched the guy when he tried to interview him.”
“Four plays later, Torain punched in a one-yard score - his third touchdown of the season and fourth of his career.”
“(And please keep in mind that your opinion of whether a suspected terrorist did or did not deserve to be punched is a completely seperate matter from how torture is defined.) -2 Good Comment?”
“This IBM 1001 Data Transmission System lets you send business information in punched card form, from any office, plant or department to your central data processing installation at the cost of a telephone call.”
“The red light went on after Perrin punched at the puck while driving the net.”
“Chinjin punched him lightly in the shoulder. â€œChrist Brody, how can you be cranky in Cute Land? â€ â€œItâ€ ™ s just that everything here has a face.”
“Dad, knowing that my brother would never survive the pummeling he deserved, again punched the wall.”
“They thought it should have been a two-man advantage when Adrian Aucoin punched Matthew Barnaby after the whistle.”
“Authorities are investigating a complaint that retired astronaut Buzz Aldrin punched a man in the face, because he was asked to swear on a Bible that he had been on the moon.”
“In the postgame locker room following that defeat, Griffin punched Shine, earning the star freshman a one-game suspension.”
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