- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rubberneck.
“A writer in the New York _Sun_ says: "I first heard the term 'rubbernecks' in”
“Even if that's not your usual cup of java -- and you claim no prurient interests -- everybody rubbernecks when a star meets a tragic end.”
“This "woman" is like a car crash and we're all rubbernecks. yuri”
“As the five go off together, Touchstone rubbernecks to eye up Audrey just before they go out of frame.”
“Now all Carbonne needed was a stretch of back road with zero traffic on it, and lots of trees to screen him from the local rubbernecks.”
“The whiners and grumblers at Fox News will find an audience, just as auto wrecks find rubbernecks on the highway.”
“Reg Harkema's story of a pair of ex-radicals (Don McKellar and Tracy Wright) who, hiding from the Man, inadvertently burrow deeper into the System - scrounging junkyards and garage sales for looked-over treasures they can hawk online, they scrape by as the ultimate free marketeers, albeit on a Mom and Pop scale - rubbernecks between the sad comedy and hilarious sincerity of a nostalgia for the lost ideals of the 60s.”
“They once had good reporting, but have devolved into Chandra-Lacy-Natalie underwear sniffing rubbernecks.”
“Everyone rubbernecks at car accidents; cable news ratings soar when there's a natural disaster or a heinous murder.”
“I am in Berlin for only a few hours, but that is long enough to attract a whole mob of "Gold Oak Leaves rubbernecks" as the story has already been given out in the press and on the radio.”
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