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


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  • Mrs. Creel unhooked Piccolo's leash from her collar, opened the door, and frisbeed the cookie into the yard.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • It's a shame they weren't more imaginative, as they could have said "We also discovered a deadly barometer, a ship's compass, which could not only be frisbeed at someone's head but even had markings to help the assailant know which direction he was throwing it, and a set of binoculars that could easily be converted into a ray-gun." Main RSS Feed

  • I did want to, so I frisbeed a dozen white plates at Nalts.


  • She frisbeed one of the envelopes at the pledges’ feet, and Ariana saw the name Allison staring up at her in silver script.

    Sweet Deceit


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