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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of chimp.

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Examples

  • 'Well, Mr. San Cleeve,' Hezzy replied, 'when you've said that a few stripling boys and maidens have busted into blooth, and a few married women have plimmed and chimped (my lady among 'em), why, you've said anighst all, Mr. San Cleeve.'

    Two on a Tower

  • My point is this: The New York Post has nothing to gain by showing an image of a chimped-out Barack Obama being gunned down by police.

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  • My point is this: The New York Post has nothing to gain by showing an image of a chimped-out Barack Obama being gunned down by police.

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  • Posner et al ran a wrecking-crew that chimped Adam Smith’ regurgitate about “hidden hands” that supposedly deliver inevitatble economic progress, while financial resources were bubble-wrapped until theseburst.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Understanding the Point at Issue in the Judicial Empathy Debate:

  • ‘Well, Mr. San Cleeve,’ Hezzy replied, ‘when you’ve said that a few stripling boys and maidens have busted into blooth, and a few married women have plimmed and chimped (my lady among ’em), why, you’ve said anighst all, Mr. San

    Two on a Tower

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