- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tack.
“Joe tried not to imagine her imagining his name tacked on to the end of hers.”
“When we had finished I stood mopping my face with a handkerchief, but my eyes were glued to the label tacked on one of the boxes.”
“Funny, campy and sarcastic seem to in tacked, my only problem are the monsters.”
“An unnecessary roughness call on Rosevelt Colvin tacked on more yardage to Owens '30-yard catch to give the Eagles first and goal.”
“So, Nick thinks he is a ‘peer’ merely because he got his name tacked onto some review article and because he spent years on a forum obsessing over this flagellum problem.”
“And this Blogger label tacked on to each commenter's name is kind of weird.”
“It is not strange, therefore, that the edifice was completed by a Chicago contractor who had less self-respect than Mr. Willis, the latter having abruptly refused to have his name tacked on to the work.”
“All I can do is to get him to consent to a name tacked on to yours.”
“Trefusis than Penguyne, so I fancied that Penguyne was another name tacked on to Michael, and that Trefusis was just as much my name as yours.”
“Relaxing on a couch, hanging out with his brother and cousin, another Big Ten title tacked onto his resume, Terrelle Pryor took a call from DeVier Posey, one of his”
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