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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of bark.

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Examples

  • Hed made it to within a few feet of his own office when he heard his name barked by an all-too-familiar voice.

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  • As Aziz looked at the monitors, the walkie-talkie on his hip squawked and his name barked forth.

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  • She heard her name barked, reverberating through corridors like a solitary drunk.

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  • And then, as he leaped cleanly and well, one lone rifle barked from the pit, and he doubled up in mid-air, struck the ground in a ball, and like a ball bounced from the impact, and came down in a broken heap.

    THE SUNLANDERS

  • During the performance of Ehab Khalid, a 23-year-old painter from Baghdad, Amin barked out "Stop!" as the beat of a helicopter passed overhead.

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  • The cow pony halted with a start; the rider jerked straight in his saddle; the echo of the call barked back from some angling cliff face down the ravine.

    Way of the Lawless

  • And then, as he leaped cleanly and well, one lone rifle barked from the pit, and he doubled up in mid-air, struck the ground in a ball, and like a teal

    The Sunlanders

  • WALLA WALLA - "About turn with your dogs and tug," Robin German barked to a small group of dogs, who seemed to lead their owners in what was supposed to be a square pattern, but the square was now looking more like a circle of prancing pups and tugging owners.

    Local News from union-bulletin.com

  • Overhearing my own name barked into the transmitter, I listened without scruple.

    Branded

  • A police canine picked up on Gibbs 'hiding spot and barked, which is when Gibbs hopped into the river, police said.

    Nashuatelegraph.com local, state, business and sports news

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  • "Build me a boat! Now!" barked Tom.

    December 18, 2007