Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of dart.

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Examples

  • The word darted through her brain before she could stop it.

    Entice Me at Twilight

  • The word darted through her brain before she could stop it.

    Entice Me at Twilight

  • The word darted through her brain before she could stop it.

    Entice Me at Twilight

  • The word darted through her brain before she could stop it.

    Entice Me at Twilight

  • From there, Torain darted around the right end and scrambled the remaining nine yards into the end zone.

    Ryan Torain has a breakout performance against the Colts

  • Ahmad Black picked that one off, and Harvin darted up the middle for a 26-yard score on the next snap.

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  • Sundin darted out from behind the net and sent a cross-crease pass to an onrushing Nik Antropov, who missed the puck and went flying.

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  • Such was the Moslem at a time when “the dark clouds of ignorance and superstition hung so thick on the intellectual horizon of Europe as to exclude every ray of learning that darted from the East and when all that was polite or elegant in literature was classed among the Studia Arabum” 126 Nor is the shady side of the picture less notable.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • On the power play, Jagr passed the puck from above the left circle across to Rozsival, who darted from the blue line to the right circle and sent a rising shot past Belfour at 10: 49.

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  • At this, Quimby dropped the hat he held as if it had been red-hot, glanced at the chair whereon he had so lately distinguished himself, took up the tails of his coat one in each hand, revolved again, and then without a word darted from the room.

    Wired Love A Romance of Dots and Dashes

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