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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of prompt.

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Examples

  • The word prompted a roomful of groans and a handful of helicopter impersonations.

    California Dreaming

  • The word prompted a roomful of groans and a handful of helicopter impersonations.

    California Dreaming

  • Chicago Mayor Richard Daley's decision to not run for another term prompted a call from someone else who's famous name is synonymous with the nation's third-largest city: Oprah

    Home

  • CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago Mayor Richard Daley's decision to not run for another term prompted

    KVUE - Home

  • The title prompted NME music magazine to issue a "50 worst album titles in history" list including REO Speedwagon's "You Can Tune a Piano But You Can't Tuna Fish" and Charlotte Church's "Tissues And Issues."

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Ebert's use of the word prompted a fierce backlash on Twitter.

    Roger Ebert Apologizes For Using N-Word

  • Punter Josh Bidwell's lingering hip pain prompted Washington to assign him to the season-ending injured-reserve list and sign former Redskins punter Hunter Smith, Coach Mike Shanahan said after practice Thursday at Redskins Park.

    Josh Bidwell's hip pain sends him to the injured list

  • Ebert's use of the word prompted a fierce backlash on Twitter.

    Roger Ebert Apologizes For Using N-Word

  • Ebert's use of the word prompted a fierce backlash on Twitter.

    Roger Ebert Apologizes For Using N-Word

  • My post last week on the value of your word prompted some very thoughtful comments to the post along with several very insightful email messages.

    Russell Bishop: How to Rebuild Your Integrity

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