Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of vaporise.
  • adj. Alternative spelling of vaporized.

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Examples

  • Also that day planes were 'vaporised' (never ever happened b4, eitehr) .. while 'terroist dna' samples and passports were still found?

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • Both of the planes supposedly "vaporised" yet all the bodies were identified. (google: shanksville flight 93)

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • They had food and water to last several weeks, so the burrowers would have come up for air laden with gold to spend on nothing from shops that had been blasted away and a population that had been vaporised.

    From Hitler to Gaddafi: dictators and their bunkers

  • Electronic Arts, 69p, iPad £1.99Turning tower defence on its head, this puts you in the jackboots of the invader, strategically herding your units down maze-like streets to attack various elements of your enemy's war machine while doing your best to ration power ups and avoid being vaporised by turrets lining every road.

    Nick Gillett's iOS games round-up

  • Caught in the blast of a meteorite, its exotic alien minerals vaporised on impact, permeating every cell in his body, Jake Walker wakes up in the crater, apparently unharmed but for a weird golden glow to his skin, fading even as his head clears.

    The Legion of American Watchers

  • The incoming water will be vaporised and turned into steam, creating an enormous force, which could actually lift the Gulf floor.

    DK Matai: Gulf Oil Gusher: Danger of Tsunamis From Methane?

  • Brian, im thinking that Manhattan not only disassembled the tank he also vaporised most of it .....

    Extended Watchmen Movie Trailer from Scream 2008 | /Film

  • I have my doubts that the "water temperature" reached 55,000 degrees; I would have thought the water would have vaporised around 54,900 degrees below that.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Now imagine 130,000 of those people being vaporised in a matter of seconds - gone, only a shadow on the ground left behind as evidence of their existence.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Then over a couple of seconds, they moved the electrodes slightly apart, creating an electrical arc that vaporised the silicon.

    Electrifying development:

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