- v. Simple past tense and past participle of savvy.
“If Russell "savvied" an artist, they were friends for life.”
“I haven't "savvied" half the shit you spout here "shake-ur-own-spear," because you're trying too fucking hard to be clever and "thematic". . . like some C-rated restaurant with horrible food, built inside a fake pirate ship, staffed by scantily clad wenches saying "can I take your orderrrrrrr.”
““All ther same, ther Second should have savvied enough not to have slung you hoff ther look-hout.””
“These days we pride ourselves on being more sophisticated in perceiving image manufacturing and media manipulation, but I would argue that it's the average voters who have savvied up over the last half-century and the Beltway pundits who have become the rubes, regressively dumber with each political cycle.”
““Yes, sir, but I wanted to hear Deuces tell me he savvied it all.””
“I seen a guy deal a straight flush to himself and no one savvied he'd got the pack sandpapered.”
“Cause everybody knowed that Charlie Reynolds savvied Injuns an 'Injun ways better'n any white man that ever lived -- him that was known as' Lonesome Charlie. ”
“Said it was easy to run three-year-olds off their own range single handed if you savvied horses.”
“Jim, I savvied your feelin's was hurt -- by thet talk about Texas -- an 'when she up an' asked you.”
“I haven't savvied the code out well enough yet to read this one.”
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