- v. Simple past tense and past participle of video.
“High Fidelity videoed from a few days before, which I thought was surprisingly good, although a little freaky cos most of the people in the film seemed to be pretty good approximations of the characters of people I know.”
“I was putting on end-of-term revue shows which were being "videoed".”
“The "videoed" lunchtime revues kept coming and I still - quite literally - didn't like the sound of my own voice.”
“First it was our Governor Gibbons who was secretly videoed hustling his mistress through a Las Vegas parking garage.”
“They have some rather small video cameras out there, just fantasizing here but it would be kind of nice if someone snuck one of those in, videoed all the proceedings, and anonymously dumped them to youtube when the trial was done (IE, too late to start searching everyone for small vidvams).”
“About ten years ago my son and I videoed a huge deer in our food plot.”
“Or as thy citizens from the land of freebies, have thy meeting of the minds videoed?”
“Orders down the line during the various advance exercises, internally billed in the NYPD as "disorder training", emphasized the need to avoid altercations like the PR disaster of October, when an officer was videoed pepper-spraying an apparently inoffensive Occupier.”
“The interviews they videoed were great, but unfortunately the sound quality sucks (you know what noisy conference venues are like).”
“Then the process was explained again, and we were told it would be videoed for the police to see later.”
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