- v. Simple past tense and past participle of roadblock.
“Each television network offered a half-hour slot for response time, although the slots were not "roadblocked”
“It’s gonna be "roadblocked" across all the Viacom networks CBS, MTV, Comedy Central, Showtime, The Sumner Redstone’s Fishtank Channel, etc. at about 10pm.”
“Be happy knowing that you still have the ability and that if need be, you can have some little swimmers forcibly evicted from his roadblocked tubing and relocated to your baby-making girly parts if you guys change your mind later …”
“In all seriouness looking at the roadblocked Senante and the ability of a miority (of 1?) to suvert the will of the majority, the filibuster rule definitely needs to be ended or, at least, modified.”
“It's going to be roadblocked on all the cable networks.”
“Were this to be reported of Obama, it would be roadblocked cable coverage and nonstop discussion.”
“Had it been the Obama's with the credit card debt, we'd get roadblocked coverage on all the cable channels and discussions about their ability to handle finances.”
“I'm still investigating the food stuff for you but I'm a little roadblocked when it comes to writing, myself, at the moment.”
“And the area is roadblocked with police, so we can ` t get very close to the crime scene itself, but it ` s reportedly where little Nevaeh was found in a shallow gravesite.”
“Impatient with the civil-service bureaucracy, less than obeisant to backbench Labour M. P.s who are not among his ministers and damned if he will be roadblocked by a cantankerous British press, the prime minister has rechanneled power in Downing Street and along Whitehall, heartland of the vaunted British civil service.”
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