- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tin-plate.
“Not sure why I missed this writer before, but he has a permanent place in my tin-plated, digital heart now.”
“My pension is not gold-plated, more like tin-plated – just under £5,000 a year.”
“Because of the reduced supply, steelmakers have begun boosting prices on the plate steel used in shipbuilding, the flat-rolled steel used in appliances and the tin-plated steel used in food cans.”
“Bush I organized a true global coalition against Saddam Hussein, crushed the tin-plated dictator in hours, and had the good sense to get the hell out of the Iraq as quickly as possible.”
“Then, in 1995, Brown left his San Francisco home and built a three-story, tin-plated loft in the heart of Oakland's deteriorating waterfront.”
“In Scientology's "auditing," the claim is that the Hubbard Electropsychometer (E-Meter) can assess the reactive mind of the preclear by passing a small amount of voltage through a pair of tin-plated tubes that look like empty soup cans which are wired to the E-Meter and held by the preclear.”
“This time, the mudslingerswrap themselves in the phony flag of tin-plated patriotism, and theyset about to swindle the American voters into forgetting the dire and urgent need for a giant change of policy and a new party in power.”
“Well, this will damage his reputation, so he should go write a book proving that he is the smartest guy not on the Court, so who gives a tin-plated fig for what he finds funny?”
“And again, I say that I will not be driven from my country by a tin-plated aspiring dictator with delusions of grandeur.”
“But let this not blind you to the happier side of things; many Starship captains are swaggering, tin-plated dictators with delusions of godhood, and everywhere life is full of incompetence.”
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