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


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  • Carefully picking a spot between support pillars on the undead side, I lased the target.

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  • At about 0930 hrs I lased a spot of ground between the wheel and the living quarters of the people that were running this place.

    Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile

  • Transitive verb: 1. To subject to laser light: e.g. he lased the tissue during surgery.

    Lasers – etymology, history, future progress

  • At the same time, the CIEF man named Whitfield called out, “Sniper position is lased!”


  • The photons in the tanks of hydrogen and fluorine lased and the beam flashed through the air above the Sichuan province.

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  • But we had lased a tiny building in front of the minaret.

    The Blog of War

  • And the munitions that they'll use on their airstrikes are precision-guided, they're satellite-guided, or they're laser-guided, either self-lased -- that is, the bomb lases itself directly under the target -- or there's someone on the ground that will lase the target and then the bomb will come into it.

    CNN Transcript Jul 30, 2006

  • The bomb lasers itself or it's lased by somebody on the ground and it goes after the target.

    CNN Transcript Jul 30, 2006

  • The bomb lases itself or it's lased by someone on the ground.

    CNN Transcript Jul 30, 2006

  • We always seem to be on the lookout for marijuana lased baked goods at pride and we got what we were looking for, although this year the baked goods took the form of rice crispy treats.

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