- v. Simple past tense and past participle of trifle.
“A worthy henchman, as indignant as was _Sam Weller_ when he found his beloved master's name trifled with, writes to ask me, "Ain't nobody to be whopped for takin 'this here liberty, Sir?”
“He was sure they must have 'trifled' a great deal, or they would have accomplished more than they had.”
“He was sure they must have "trifled" a great deal, or they would have accomplished more than they had.”
“He was a real power in the party, someone not to be trifled with.”
“It shows a young woman pulled dead from the Thames, the locket clasped in her hand a clear indication that she has been trifled with by some heartless cad.”
“These guys are at the top of their game and not to be trifled with.”
“They're also aware that baby boomers are a large and powerful voting bloc, not to be trifled with.”
“Word would quickly spread from the Alps to the Crimea that the new Macedonian king was not to be trifled with.”
“And at the center of it all is Alex Cooperstunning, single-minded, accomplished, and not to be trifled with whether shes in or out of a courtroom.”
“All this succeeded in demonstrating that China was a country that would not be patronized or trifled with.”
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