- v. Simple past tense and past participle of spoon.
“Finally, despite all his documented globe-trotting, Friedman comes back home convinced of the notion that "green is the new red, white, and blue" -- one more cloying, annoying phrase spooned up on the Fourth of July -- and the unshakeable if jingoistic conviction that America has to lead the way or it's curtains in a flat world that's going to eat us for lunch.”
“It was a time when I was extremely unhappy," he begins, each word spooned out slowly.”
“Spoonbread I believe was made using corn flour vs. corn meal and was baked in a bowl and "spooned" out.”
“Old Jerry had "spooned" up close to old Tom and his bodily heat was grateful.”
“Mr. Crockett, a youth at the time, had "spooned" the”
“Two days later John Gordon was to arrive at the Parsonage, and Mary's period of being "spooned" was to be commenced, -- according to Mr Blake's phraseology.”
“Alexander was still a moment, then he eased down and spooned up against her.”
“When you have spooned enough in and whisked enough that it is warm, dump it into the pan and whisk it all together.”
“Serve with salsa spooned on top, and a garnish of crema.”
“Uncovered, we spooned the juices/gravy over the wings.”
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