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


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  • He kind of kidded about it, because he made a comment in Houston ...

    CNN Transcript Jan 20, 2006

  • "Aw, cut it out!" growled the little machinist -- for you never knew in dealing with these soldier-boys whether you were being "kidded" or not.

    Jimmie Higgins

  • "Aw, ferget it!" said Jimmie -- quite sure he was being "kidded" this time.

    Jimmie Higgins

  • They all drank whisky from tea-cups, and they were humorous, and never listened to one another, except when W.A. Rogers "kidded" the Italian waiter.


  • After seeing that big pile of hair on the floor which Erika kidded was a new cat, I have to ask do y’all seriously want to see my new ‘do?

    06 « June « 2007 « Adventures in Juggling

  • The men "kidded" me a good deal, and gave me a cheer at the end (I don't quite know whether it was for my work or my costume) and

    The Prairie Child

  • "I kind of kidded with people, (saying) my real goal was replacing Howard Cosell on Monday

    The Purdue Exponent

  • But no one would be kidded: it's not basketball unless you play it.

    Peter Meyer: March Madness and a Common Curriculum

  • He loved Uncle Stephan, who often took him for thick strawberry malts, drove him around the city in his black market Buick with the top down, kidded him about girls, taught him to play soccer and soft ball.

    January « 2009 « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground

  • She also kidded with Federal Bureau of Investigation agents and prosecutors in the courtroom.

    Tipster Gets 30 Months


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