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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of baa.

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Examples

  • All the time we were eating a solitary sheep tied to a large pink flowerpot looked on and baaed at us.

    Long Way Down

  • All the time we were eating a solitary sheep tied to a large pink flowerpot looked on and baaed at us.

    Long Way Down

  • All the time we were eating a solitary sheep tied to a large pink flowerpot looked on and baaed at us.

    Long Way Down

  • All the time we were eating a solitary sheep tied to a large pink flowerpot looked on and baaed at us.

    Long Way Down

  • Space Invaders never made me feel guilty, but, then again, they never baaed at me when they died.

    Another Embedding Test « Whatever

  • Following the sound, Silk found himself among the sellers he sought Hobbled deer reared and plunged, their soft brown eyes wild with fright; a huge snake lifted its flat, malevolent head, hissing like a kettle on the stove; live salmon gasped and splashed in murky, glass-fronted tanks; pigs grunted, lambs baaed, chickens squawked, and milling goats eyed passersby with curiosity and sharp suspicion.

    Nightside The Long Sun

  • Finding herself separated from her companions, she wanted to rejoin them, and the more Gudbrand tugged at her tether, the more piteously she baaed.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 3, March, 1862

  • "Madonna Santissima!" baaed the woman with the blue-black hair.

    A Spirit in Prison

  • I have baaed my head nearly off calling to you and Button to come to my rescue, but not a sound could I hear.

    Billy Whiskers' Adventures

  • While he ate the meat, Button helped himself to fried chicken and Billy came over and baaed to him not to be so greedy but to throw him down some lettuce.

    Billy Whiskers' Adventures

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