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


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  • The CIA suspected he was behind the car bombing of building oused as a U.S. military training facility in Riyadh in 1995, which killed five Americans.

    In New Letter, Clinton's Lawyers Demand ABC Yank Film

  • When he released her breast he was breathing leavily, his free hand possessing the moist, u-oused flesh so recently deserted by his mouth, he skilled movement of his thumb and finger ga inst the aching peak of her breast making larah catch her breath and moan a husky plea to be released from the torment he was inflicting upon her.

    Desire for Revenge

  • Improved infrastructure and housing would mean that more people would be oused.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It oused and eddied, it seemed to swirl and draw as though there were a tide.

    Private Peat

  • I am a Brit and you oused class and old time talent in your turns on Raymond. - News

  • They arrr-oused my interest, " Cindy said with a funny, leonine growl, -and I followed up.

    The 5th Horseman


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