- v. Simple past tense and past participle of secede.
“Wait a minute, has Montana seceded from the union, how does a state declare they are no longer subject to the laws of the country?”
“And it was because of this that he seceded from the Santa Rosans and formed the Utah Tribe at San Jose.”
“April 17, 1861 Virginia seceded from the Union and for some reason it seems the current Governor wants those days to return.”
“To heck with the class warfare and economic inequality, I'm still trying to figure out when the rich seceded from the union ....”
“The other dioceses -- San Joaquin, Calif., and Fort Worth, Texas -- had also refused to ordain women, but conservatives in those dioceses, and the bishops who led them, have seceded from the Episcopal Church in the last three years.”
“They seceded from the US of A and thus de-facto stopped being a part of it.”
“In the Cube is a police procedural set in a future Boston that has been radically altered by alien visitors to become sort of an embassy/spaceport that has seceded from the U.S.”
“Virginia seceded from the union on April 17, 1861.”
“The national chapters of both unions seceded from the AFL-CIO but in Pennsylvania these two unions remain part of the Pennsylvanian AFL-CIO.”
“At some point a person with a triple-digit IQ would realize that if Alaska seceded from the union they couldn't get more than $10,000 per person in DC handouts and pork every year.”
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