- v. Simple past tense and past participle of weekend.
“But Kluge, separated from her billionaire husband, John Kluge, and Wilder, who is divorced, have reportedly weekended together on Nantucket, on Maryland's Eastern Shore and at Virginia Beach.”
“My dad paused, clearly thinking of those folks who weekended out of the city.”
“Barbara weekended in New York regularly during the four years she was at Yale.”
“We weekended a few days later, and Sharon was the last thing on my mind.”
“Investors also heaved a sigh of relief after food inflation eased to 16.12% for the weekended June 5 from 16.74% in the previous week, raising hopes of moderation in the price-line, as indicated by finance minister Pranab Mukherjee.”
“` ` Gold is looking strong and all set to test the next level of USD 1,250 mark in the international market, ` ` notes Tarun Satsangi AVP, Bonanza Commodity Broker while opining on the trends of the gold for the coming week. (i. e weekended Dec. 12, 2009)”
“Walks were walked, fruit was picked, children were played with, the weekend was weekended as normal.”
“He weekended at his lawyer Bernard Ernst’s Sea Cliff, Long Island, summer home and carried a trunkful of scraps and notes for various book projects involving magic, imploring Ernst for his assistance.”
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