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- adjective dated Affected with
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You know this is all just hypped up pretense to make Obama look poorly in anyway possible.
"A few Councilmen are going to drop dead before they can be narco-hypped," Dalla prophesied over the rim of her glass.
He determined to devote himself to their amusement during the remainder of the day, for he had really lost himself, and felt that he had been away too long on a dull Sunday, when people were apt to get hypped if not well amused.
( "You mean they've got you hypped right now?") "Of course, or I couldn't talk to you at all.
_] That was her mood last June, when she was hypped and discontented.