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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of accordion.

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Examples

  • Looking from the accordioned elastic to his brother's mouth, pulling and crying.

    Christmas Magic

  • When the top is up, its front portion can be accordioned to serve as a sunroof-style opening.

    Mini Cooper convertible is cute but quirky

  • A Ford F-150, a Pontiac LeMans with the front end accordioned, a Dodge truck, and some type of foreign economy car.

    No Mercy

  • He first-bumped Leon and then crushed him in a hug that would have accordioned stouter men.

    Kook

  • The computer printout, arranged chronologically on perforated, vertically accordioned computer paper, included all newly reported homicides, or attempted homicides, believed to have been committed by a person or persons unknown to the victim.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • His mouth and eyes were bone dry—when he spoke, the fissures in his lips accordioned.

    The Faculty Club

  • His mouth and eyes were bone dry—when he spoke, the fissures in his lips accordioned.

    The Faculty Club

  • His mouth and eyes were bone dry—when he spoke, the fissures in his lips accordioned.

    The Faculty Club

  • I climbed down the stairs, then accordioned them back up into the ceiling and staggered into my bedroom.

    The Opposite of Me

  • The computer printout, arranged chronologically on perforated, vertically accordioned computer paper, included all newly reported homicides, or attempted homicides, believed to have been committed by a person or persons unknown to the victim.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

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