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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of spritz.

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Examples

  • I put on a summer dress and before leaving "spritzed" myself with Chance by Chanel - but only two spritzes!

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  • Not yelling includes not laughing when the cat has an extremely disconcerted look on its face after getting spritzed.

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  • After fontina-stuffed tortellini with chestnuts that was lavished with grated truffles, and flawless pork with porcini, our server prepared eggcreams tableside, spritzed with of those old-fashioned seltzer bottles.

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  • Participants engaged in several tasks, the only difference being that some worked in unscented rooms, while others worked in rooms freshly spritzed with Windex.

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  • I pulled out my relaxing lavender-scented room-mister and spritzed the inside of my locker.

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  • I spritzed on a little Sun-In while soaking up the sun in my Brooklyn backyard listening to Credence Clearwater Revival.

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  • They spritzed it with an atomizer filled with a tincture of pippali long peppers, mace, coriander, and cardamom.

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  • I got out my scent drag, spritzed it with Tinks 69 and using the hook lowered it to cover my balaclava.

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  • At Trio, a restaurant in a Chicago surburb, he came up with such creations as a "Truffle Explosion," ravioli that yielded a burst of liquid black truffle when you bit down, and a shrimp cocktail that you spritzed into your mouth.

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  • It's got the whole package: a plot that revolves round a revolutionary bit of computer kit, loads of scenes in which men argue in boardrooms, and a script spritzed with zingers by Aaron Sorkin.

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