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


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  • Meanwhile, Kevin himself has been killed during the storm, and a brainwiped homeless man named Henry has moved into his house at the invitation of the house's governing AI.

    Bookish Bliss

  • Fearful that Nicholas' weird behavior will lead to his being brainwiped, Meredith inadvertently sets in motion a series of events that cause catastrophic harm to both Henry and Roberta and eventually to her husband Kevin.

    Bookish Bliss

  • He gave all the information he could — he had no choice, not if he wanted to end up anything other than a brainwiped Zed-shattered hulk.


  • They wouldn't bring in the brainwiped until they had a lock on her and wanted the heavy guns.


  • And they weren't encouraged to come back if Taurans were still in control of "their" real estate-supposedly that constituted "desertion under fire," which meant execution for all officers (although rumor had it that they were simply brainwiped, imprinted and sent back into the fray).

    The Forever War

  • "The real people are switched with the androids, after having been brainwiped and given some false memories.

    Galaxy Jane


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