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  • v. To have sex (with).
  • v. To attack or physically assault in a rapid manner.


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  • The three stopped to get some lunch, sitting on huge pieces of concrete and drinking noodle slurries out of old margarine containers.

    Jasper Dash and the Flame-Pits of Delaware

  • When you have set aside a little time in the midafternoon to get some needed energy, you satisfy your hunger and prevent spontaneous snacking later on.

    The Flex Diet

  • “Dr. Locke,” Julia Coleman said, “I need to go home and get some sleep.”

    The Ark

  • If he could get some sleep in the afternoon, the Oarmaster might let him see the teller.

    Burning Tower

  • I wave to her and run over to the Corner Cupboard to get some juice, an orange for me, and for my mom a cranberry.


  • “To see Stuey belittle himself that way so he could get some rock was just about more than I could take,” Tony Shelton said.

    One of a Kind

  • “Go on and get some towels-scoot,” she told the twins.

    Plain Language

  • “We could probably get some snacks cheaper than in mini-marts.”

    Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour

  • Meanwhile, out front, the dancers were abandoning ship, leaving the stage in mid-dance to get some gelt from the high rollers in back before the party was over.

    One of a Kind

  • I just made a little drumroll on the table with my fists, and I said, So guys, I want you to get some poems by heart and I want you to rhyme me up some nice little sizzlers.



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