Definitions

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  • adj. Possessing a mutation.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of mutate.

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Examples

  • Oh don't tell me that economic sickness has actually mutated from the bankers, and became viral.

    Ugh.

  • This resulted in mutated genetics that made the horses become more intelligent and many of them gained the power of speech.

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  • But somewhere along the way we lost that childlike joy and became contaminated with society's standards for "success", and our definition of "success" mutated from the simple "spending as much time as possible doing what I love" to "making piles of money, getting a lot of pats on the back from other people, filling my trophycase with meaningless awards .." and so on and so on.

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  • Watch as the finest minds in mutated motors RIP SHRED and BURN the track to TWISTED CINDERS!

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  • My Greed List has mutated from a generic list and into a bizarre sort of Christmas card, and now it’s transforming into a weird starting point for other people’s lists.

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  • To coin a mutated Margaret Thatcher line, 'U-Tube if u want to ... but its actual votes that count'

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  • It has since been identified as a mutated swine flu suspected in 168 deaths in Mexico that has spread to at least eight other countries, triggering an unprecedented global alert.

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  • What we had to produce a few weeks ago was a planning assumption for the NHS and it ranged from a few thousand deaths to, if there was a serious change in the virus and it mutated, which is not something we expect, that we might have a higher number.

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  • - and set to work; the program's name mutated until they hit on Photoshop.

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  • Now, if environmental conditions change, and the organism is subsequently analyzed, it may be found to have "mutated".

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