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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of porter.

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Examples

  • "portered" the food and climbing gear loads on up to the hut via his Landcruiser while we started our walk up in the wind and falling rain.

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  • It is located on the fourth and fifth floors of a portered apartment building abutting the River Thames, and enjoys outstanding views through double-height windows.

    Live Like a Rockstar in London

  • It is located on the fourth and fifth floors of a portered apartment building abutting the River Thames, and enjoys outstanding views through double-height windows.

    The ReLegs Chair by Jennifer Heier

  • Oliver Hooper, director of London-based luxury buying consultancy Huntly Hooper, says some of his clients had decided against portered properties because they felt the ubiquitous concierge and management could feel invasive.

    Living in the Lap of Luxury

  • They portered Terrell adroitly up the ramp into their ship.

    Reap the Whirlwind

  • They portered Terrell adroitly up the ramp into their ship.

    Reap the Whirlwind

  • On top (7th) floor of desirable portered block where George Orwell lived for just over a year in the 1940's and from which he obtained much inspiration for the setting and landscapes of his classic 1984.

    George Orwell's Langford Court flat is for sale

  • Unwieldy items like metal detectors, coolers and grills were cursed as they were portered in the dark, and cursed a second time surrounded by milling vehicles attempting to reverse direction over the ruts of a one-lane dirt road.

    Stalin's Ghost

  • They portered Terrell adroitly up the ramp into their ship.

    Reap the Whirlwind

  • They portered Terrell adroitly up the ramp into their ship.

    Reap the Whirlwind

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