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


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  • Buds are dried and then put in mason jars and 'burped' -- given occasional breaths of fresh air -- in a regime that cures the pot, turning it sticky and stinky.

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  • My two teens question me daily, the best response coming from my 14 year old son one day as I 'burped' a very full and fermented-smelling bag.

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  • My "bag on the counter" took up residence the night Ellen planted it here in mid January, and it has grown to be like a benign family pet, being squeezed and "burped" and fed regularly.

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  • I hope it was properly "burped". rfabro wrote: This proves there is no such thing as ghosts!

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  • Some researchers have suggested that a collision with another star produced the fireworks, while others have argued that the star simply "burped" after swallowing some planet-sized objects.

    New Scientist - Space

  • He said the bottles must be "burped" with precise timing to release pressure or they can explode. The Dickson Herald

  • Umber leaned back, quietly burped, and patted his swollen stomach.

    End of Time

  • He chewed the tape up in his big, sloppy mouth, sat quietly for a minute, then burped up a crumpled, wet, color printout.

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  • He cried loudly when I pulled him off, cried as I burped him, cried in his crib while I went downstairs to get him a bottle, my shirt still unbuttoned.

    The Bird House

  • During the interview, the Twins star repeatedly burped, behaved oddly, and finally prompted a female reporter to ask him if he was drunk after he made several lewd comments toward her.

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