Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of rubberise.
  • adj. Alternative spelling of rubberized.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I am now pretty much resigned to see that rapid change isn't going to happen ... the best thing I think I can offer are some free Microsoft pens, we have some nice ones at the moment with a kind of rubberised padded shaft ... "

    The Policeman's Blog

  • At the Marc Jacobs show, it came as plastic cabochons on a ponyskin sweater and as rubberised dots on taut pencil skirts.

    Coming round to the idea of polka dots

  • This is only slightly slower than Usain Bolt at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and probably indicates T8 could have run even faster if he was put on a rubberised track in spiked shoes.

    Peter McAllister: Manthropology: The Science Of The Inadequate Modern Male

  • The 57-year-old Lauper turns out to be hardly any less restrained than the 27-year-old version, dressed in black rubberised leather with wild vermilion hair and metallic jewellery that looks as if it may have been assembled from parts of a chainsaw.

    Cyndi Lauper: rhapsody in blues

  • In summary, the message was: Apple is good and makes great products; all smartphones have reception problems; Apple loves its customers, which is why it built all those cool retail stores for them; the iPhone problem can be fixed by fitting a rubberised "bumper" over the bezel; and Apple will give everyone a free bumper, so what's the problem?

    If Apple wants to be a major player it needs to start behaving like one

  • Do all of the women still look ghoulishly rubberised and airbrushed?

    Playboy Publish Inglourious Basterds Comic Strip | /Film

  • If it's going to rain on our summer festivities like this on a regular basis, we need a footwear entrepreneur to come up with the Climate Change Loafer ¬ black, shiny, tasselled and wipe-clean on top; thick, rubberised and treaded like a tractor tyre underneath.

    Evening wear in the age of global warming

  • March 19, 2005 peekaboo at the park today. note red upper lip where she bounced on her face as she fell over on the new rubberised surface ... poor babe.

    peekaboo

  • There is a small playground with rubberised surfaces surrounding a small castle with the most wonderful carvings and the other end of the park is capped by a sports oval.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • For instance: it struck me early on that, while there were indications of other feet at work two pairs of highly active rubberised soles on hard floor, and one pair of light leather which I tentatively awarded to the catlike Tabizi there was no slapping of crocs, thereby leading me to the conclusion that Haj was either suspended above the ground in some way, or shoeless, or both.

    The mission song

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