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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of proposition.

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Examples

  • Kings County sheriff's investigators say two Laton men arrested last week in connection with an arson fire at the Kings Country Club more than a year ago were "propositioned" to set the blaze.

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  • When Adams walked to the State House, he was almost certainly propositioned by prostitutes advertising their trade.

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  • Everyday, when I was young and naïve, I was mauled or propositioned by some politician or news director, who said we needed to be nice to them, and do what they demanded, if we wanted a job or an interview.

    Connie Lawn: Sex, Violence, and Terrorism

  • Shlomi told cops he paid Harris about $1000 in cash after she "propositioned him for straight sex."

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  • Everyday, when I was young and naïve, I was mauled or propositioned by some politician or news director, who said we needed to be nice to them, and do what they demanded, if we wanted a job or an interview.

    Connie Lawn: Sex, Violence, and Terrorism

  • Everyday, when I was young and naïve, I was mauled or propositioned by some politician or news director, who said we needed to be nice to them, and do what they demanded, if we wanted a job or an interview.

    Connie Lawn: Sex, Violence, and Terrorism

  • "The Ledge" - A tennis pro is propositioned by his lover's dangerous and competitive husband.

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  • Shlomi told cops he paid Harris about $1000 in cash after she "propositioned him for straight sex."

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  • On the way back to Washington, Welles got quite drunk and propositioned the porter for gay sex, offering money.

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  • Mark Potok with the Southern Poverty Law Center, who follows hate crimes and the white supremaicst movement, told us “if in fact McGee was propositioned, approached in that way, by Barrett, he might have been beyond shocked, he might have been repelled in a way that went beyond some kind of shock.”

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