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


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  • Sometimes people pashed other people behind the bike sheds!

    More Summerton revisions

  • No one actually ever pashed there that I can remember but there were always scandalous rumours and big crowds of people watching.

    More Summerton revisions

  • I was just calling because I'm a friend of Soccergirls and Im just wondering if she, like you know, pashed and did it Ontario style with Brother Love.

    Reese Witherspoon Calling Adam Curry

  • I'm fairly sure his name is Rob, and that I pashed him at a busy Irish pub on Granville Street named Doolin's when I first came to Vankie.

    Ye olden tymes.

  • Then they stroke at him one after an other, and though he fell to the ground at the second blow, yet they left him not till they had cut and pashed out his braines, and dashed them about vpon the church pauement.

    Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (5 of 12) Henrie the Second

  • For earth | her being has unbound, her dapple is at an end, as - tray or aswarm, all throughther, in throngs; | self ín self steepèd and pashed -- qúite

    Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins Now First Published

  • He, at 80, irrepressible as ever, practically pashed the new

    The Age News Headlines

  • Gold already pushed pashed the 2/3 highs earlier today before profit taking ensued.

  • "I've had 11 actual boyfriend and I've pashed 135 guys."


  • Run through-out New Zealand's main centres on the 4th of September, 120 couples (240 girls) puckered up and pashed for 20 seconds, in the bid to win a trip to Melbourne.

    Planet Atheism


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