- v. Simple past tense and past participle of spam.
“Nothing is more likely to be overlooked or purposely skipped over by a search user than a keyword spammed title that doesn't really tell a search user anything about the site.”
“My understanding is MySpace doesn't want members to be "spammed" by such "friend adder" programs, and may punish people who use them.”
“I could jump and do tricks anywhere on the snow, and you could say that I "spammed" the 360 as that's the only trick that I could perform consistently.”
“The Robin Hood Tax campaign alleged that a Goldman computer was one of two computers that allegedly "spammed" the internet poll with more than 3,600 "no" votes in less than 20 minutes on Thursday.”
“As Adrian Dayton said earlier today, "I feel a little bit like I have been" spammed "into joining Google Buzz.”
“Jump back + MK works alright for stuffing DRs, but if you're Claw and getting "spammed" by them you're probably being a tad too passive to begin with”
“The Robin Hood Tax campaign alleged that a Goldman computer was one of two computers that allegedly "spammed" the internet poll with more than”
“The real-time tweets effectively "spammed" the more interesting conversation about what real-time communication reveals about the collective unconscious.”
“I wasn't alone, as it was "spammed" to hundreds of Honolulu businesses, media contacts and city employees.”
“First, you need to brush up on your definition of "spammed".”
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