from The Century Dictionary.
- An obsolete past participle of make.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb nonstandard Simple past tense and past participle of
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The defense industry maked up about 6 percent of our total economy, but it sucks 30 percent of resources out of it.
Pants (UID#2794) on October 27th, 2009 at 12: 32 am one time i took a three hole punch and opened it and threw it around my school but then the janitor maked me pick it up
As for Scotch Brand tapes it is maked in bold print on the bottom of thier containers LEAD FREE.
My husband suffered heeart trouble last year and he is maked out of our insurance.
First she told a lie and blamed it on not getting enough sleep. then she try to maked everything about her, and that not the case.
Nebber toll u befoar, butt ! ai lubbed teh lol u maked foar teh olimpics!
My kids all had it, then they decided to give it to mommy. ‘look mommy, i maked you a present.’
Gee, miss a couple of blogs and look what happens: You do the race, Cheryl does the race, Linda maked food magically dispear then reappear, jealous people try to pretend that have the ability to analyze a situation after barely grazing the surface .. yes, Beth accepts gifts.
Failblog be builded on a core of pointing at stoopy fings peeps duz oar mistaeks tehy haz maked an laffing at tehm.
Ai haved tunkanser–awlbedder nao–n mai doktur taked out teh bad part n maked a riplasemint frum maiz arm, a tongue flap.