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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of chloroform.

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Examples

  • Meanwhile, over on Community, a classic bit of physical comedy as Alison Brie's Annie chloroforms a janitor — twice! — while Abed and Troy freak out.

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • Parties to the Montreal Protocol agreed to phase out CFCs, halons and carbon tetrachloride by 2000, and methyl chloroforms by 2005.

    Threats to atmospheric resources in Africa

  • "Get Out of Town" begins with Mike Barnett entering his apartment, only to be quickly overcome by a gigantic hand that chloroforms him.

    Archive 2008-04-06

  • "Get Out of Town" begins with Mike Barnett entering his apartment, only to be quickly overcome by a gigantic hand that chloroforms him.

    Fred Lightner: Another Rondo Hatton?

  • It had 5 million bacteria and 2.5 million chloroforms -- all that in less than a teaspoon of soup.

    CNN Transcript Mar 30, 2006

  • It had 5 million bacteria and 2.5 million chloroforms -- all that in less than a teaspoon of soup.

    CNN Transcript Mar 31, 2006

  • The lab found 840 chloroforms in the sponge, too, which means when the Millers thought they were cleaning up, they were actually spreading bacteria; same story on the dish towel.

    CNN Transcript Mar 31, 2006

  • The lab found 840 chloroforms in the sponge, too, which means when the Millers thought they were cleaning up, they were actually spreading bacteria; same story on the dish towel.

    CNN Transcript Mar 30, 2006

  • Then she went out upon the stage and began her famous interpretation of the great scene in which she chloroforms the detective, breaks open the safe, shoots the policeman who attempts to handcuff her, smashes the glass in the window with the piano stool and makes her getaway by sliding down the railing of the fire-escape.

    A Book Without A Title

  • First love chloroforms us, for a time, and we try to hug to our bosoms the illusion that Heaven itself is only a sort of endless honeymoon presided over by Lohengrin marches.

    The Prairie Child

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