- v. Simple past tense and past participle of vaporize.
- adj. converted into a gas or vapor
“It appears that the vast majority of the victims of the bombing were simply vaporized, which is not surprising if one considers what happens in a B-52 "footprint.”
“Besides -- Bush's brigade of official conspiracy theorists have stated on this blog that 757 airliners -- made of aluminum -- simply vaporized, that is, turned into a gas upon hitting the Pentagon outer wall at some 530 MPH.”
“The Pentagon claimed the aircraft was vaporized, which is impossible.”
“Now whether any of these contacts have anything to do with what happened to Enron or the stress of the workers and the pension -- the people whose pensions have been vaporized, that is a very different question.”
“Whether they are aboard here or on Santorini it will be all one to them when they join us in what Lieutenant Denholm is pleased to call vaporized orbit. ”
“I think it was shilling for Clinton to say that Obama's lead in the Gallup poll "vaporized" while at the same time failing to post the very important internal Gallup numbers showing Obama taking a 50 to 46 LEAD among Hispanic voters when Clinton had a thirty-one (31) lead among Hispanics only eight days ago.”
“I agree completely that TPM's use of "vaporized" is totally shilling for Clinton.”
“So his national lead has "vaporized" but he's made huge gains among Hispanics and women?”
“Yesterday Obama's national lead 'vaporized' and today it is up 13pts ....”
“For instance, if someone reads your email a week later and comes across this link in a message, they won't know where it went if it's already "vaporized".”
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After the school bully breaks your new yo-yo, you can use these words to describe it. All hail the carnage!
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