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


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  • We are saying we have had enough of the crap pedalled by these people.

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  • He pedalled out onto King Street and took one more look up at the dark fourth floor of the building opposite before heading off up the road.

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  • I pedalled a little as squeaking and creaking metal shed flakes of dust beneath me.

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  • Out one day on a pedalo with my parents, I sat on one of the front bits with my legs dangling in the clear, blue water, looking down at the sandy parts of the bottom of the sea, jumping off now and again for a swim while they pedalled, when suddenly, something brown came bobbing past my dangling legs.

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  • Would we say, ‘he pedalled fast’ or even ‘he cycled fast’?

    Peddling while pedalling

  • It was a clear, cold Sunday morning in north-west Kent and I was in a group of club cyclists avoiding the black ice and pot-holes as we pedalled up the hill out of Eynsford.

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  • On I pedalled, out past Tesco on what I imagined to be the cycle-path to Parton on the Solway Firth, only to be totally mistaken.

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  • Though initially the goal was a separate state of Kurdistan, PKK leaders have soft-pedalled that demand in recent years, focusing instead on seeking language rights, greater local autonomy and amnesty for its fighters.

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  • Patching up the most damaged bag and strapping it to my handlebars, I pedalled along the snowy roads — if my bike could negotiate the streets, so could a rubbish truck, by the way — to my local park.

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  • Another day we pedalled across the savannah-like Goonhilly Downs (home to several giant satellite dishes of an earth station, sadly no longer open to visitors) to Cornish Camels, an unusual 800-acre farm that, like all attractions on the Lizard, has free entry.

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