Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of page.

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Examples

  • Finally I heard my name paged over the loudspeaker and walked over to the customer service station feeling like a lost little kid.

    The Hand You’re Dealt

  • Finally I heard my name paged over the loudspeaker and walked over to the customer service station feeling like a lost little kid.

    The Hand You’re Dealt

  • Finally I heard my name paged over the loudspeaker and walked over to the customer service station feeling like a lost little kid.

    The Hand You’re Dealt

  • Finally I heard my name paged over the loudspeaker and walked over to the customer service station feeling like a lost little kid.

    The Hand You’re Dealt

  • Anyone who has heard his name paged when no sound came from the loudspeakers has hallucinated.

    The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry

  • He then heard the name paged a second time but the doctor was already approaching the trailer.

    Haven

  • All the same it bothered her to hear his name paged because Jonathan, a doctor, always carried a beeper.

    Haven

  • She heard her name paged by a corridor-crier and was called to the telephone, where her husband's voice told her that there was a big upset at the office and he dared not leave.

    We Can't Have Everything

  • The dinner had scarcely started when Gray heard his name paged and left the table.

    Flowing Gold

  • Von Ritz, standing apart near the threshold of the smokeroom, heard his name paged almost before the speaker had entered the door, and turned to take from the hand of the bearer a Marconigram just relayed from shore.

    The Lighted Match

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