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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of pond.

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Examples

  • According to campus tradition, students are "ponded" on their birthdays.

    Berks county news

  • Vernal pools are usually quite small and ponded only during the wetter part of the year.

    Vernal pool

  • I could smell the salt out on the Gulf, the baitfish and shrimp in the waves, the warm and stagnant smell of wet sand and dead vegetation and ponded water in the marsh, and the distant hint of rain and electricity in the clouds.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • I could smell the salt out on the Gulf, the baitfish and shrimp in the waves, the warm and stagnant smell of wet sand and dead vegetation and ponded water in the marsh, and the distant hint of rain and electricity in the clouds.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • I could smell the salt out on the Gulf, the baitfish and shrimp in the waves, the warm and stagnant smell of wet sand and dead vegetation and ponded water in the marsh, and the distant hint of rain and electricity in the clouds.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • My example is when continued pressure when Former President Clinton made a comment in S.C. and was ponded on for that comment.

    Schneider: Clinton, Obama win each other's voters

  • Almost half the reserve area is formed of marismas - freshwater marshes on accumulated clayey silt - where the Guadalquivir river delta has been deflected and ponded by a coastal sand spit (~27,000 ha).

    Doñana National Park, Spain

  • I could smell the salt out on the Gulf, the baitfish and shrimp in the waves, the warm and stagnant smell of wet sand and dead vegetation and ponded water in the marsh, and the distant hint of rain and electricity in the clouds.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • Some large areas do not fully drain through channel systems, but remain ponded well into the growing season.

    Ecoregions of the Mississippi Alluvial Plain (EPA)

  • Therefore, most species are very likely to be adversely affected by loss of shallow wetland habitat as ponded areas dry in response to rising temperatures, a potential decline in precipitation, and permafrost degradation.

    Impacts on aquatic birds and mammals in the Arctic

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