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


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  • When they woke him up to watch over their newest prey — a bald, intense boxer who they left tied up while they "partied" with his gangster buddy, he was no longer "Johnny Lawrence" or "Greg Tolan" or even "Chaz".


  • She kind of partied it up but not to the extent that I did in college.

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  • Stayed with a friend in Keelung and "partied" there in a music bar on Wednesday night in what must surely be the deadest large city on the whole island: on Wednesday night the bars were mostly closed.


  • We all "partied" together (this was like, making pancakes at midnight, high-school goody-two-shoes kind of partying) after prom one year -- my bro and his best friend had dates to our all-girl prom, and we got them to wrangle up some extra dudes and stayed up at Grace McKinnon's house until 6am ... ah, innocence ...

    pardon me, frances

  • And I went out the last night, and kind of partied with the crew.

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  • At least one news outlet is reporting the suspect accused of kidnapping him in Palm Springs last week claims the two actually "partied" together the night of the alleged abduction. - Local News

  • The neighbors pitched in and fed the two kids and let them hang out in their homes every day until well after a normal bedtime while their mother 'partied' and while they attempted to get CPS to step up to bat.


  • After getting several guns pulled out on me at the Grand Streetside by local gangstas and having managers that "partied" treat me uncool just because I was in a band with cops, I decided that I was better off making CDs that didn't sell that well as opposed to selling other people's that DID.

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  • Investigators believe the couple had "partied" at a Diamondhead bar and wanted to buy prescription drugs but couldn't reach a friend who sold them.


  • "Other witnesses we interviewed stated that RIK employees 'partied' frequently with oil and gas industry representatives and that these two RIK marketers were commonly referred to by industry representatives as the 'MMS Chicks.'"

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