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biocon commented on the word patefy
In addition, patefy means "to make open or manifest."
July 6, 2011
reesetee commented on the word patefy
5. To turn someone into a person named Pat.
July 1, 2011
ruzuzu commented on the word patefy
4. To throw fufluns at a fellow Wordnik's pate.
June 30, 2011
rolig commented on the word patefy
Many English verbs can be used both transitively and intransitively (including solidify), so, strange as it seems, there is a good chance you are both right. (No need to start throwing fufluns at each other.)
Prolagus commented on the word patefy
My definition is based on solidify (intransitive).
sionnach commented on the word patefy
I have to disagree, Pro. It would mean "to turn into paté", in a transitive sense. Not intransitively, as your suggestion would imply.
3. To become paté.
June 29, 2011
Patefy also means to make open or manifest.
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