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

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Examples

  • I say, "Fuck the so called papered pedigreed lapine."

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  • The coating of paint is changed, and the walls neatly papered, which is the only change it has undergone.

    Withered Leaves from Memory's Garland

  • ANDYGUT will also be providing the "papered" internet to the mentally disturbed, infants and the handicapped.

    Greg Gutfeld: FU TO THE FU TO THE IOFU

  • Now, Judy, after that meeting, the leaders came out and kind of papered over their differences, saying whatever our disagreements are, we have a to do something about the economy.

    CNN Transcript Nov 6, 2001

  • Helen Fiore Monteforte recalled that Dolly was so anxious that her son make a good impression at the Rustic Cabin, she 'papered' the place with friends.

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  • Many of the records of this marvelous instrument sound as though the recording-room of the factory had been "papered" with creative listeners who coöperated mightily with the master on the stage.

    The Joyful Heart

  • New mortgages were added to farms already heavily "papered"; even the crops were mortgaged in advance.

    The Pit: A Story of Chicago

  • The houses are mostly frame, unplastered, but "papered" inside with flour-sacks sewed together, and the handsomer the "brand" upon the sacks is, the neater the house looks.

    Complete Letters of Mark Twain

  • And after a while this began to penetrate the vulgarest mind, and to fill it with awe; one cannot remain long in an apartment which is trimmed and furnished in rarest Circassian walnut, and "papered" with hand-embroidered silk cloth, without feeling some excitement -- even though there be no one to mention that the furniture has cost eight thousand dollars per room, and that the wall covering has been imported from Paris at a cost of seventy dollars per yard.

    The Metropolis

  • "papered" for stating his opinion while near a microphone or within hearing distance of someone looking for a book deal or a chance to harass him on the internet.

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