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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rash.

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Examples

  • We've investigated the wad-wastes who rashed Obama's party – it's about high time that Obama ibnstruct his lap dogs in the House to investigate Fort Hood.

    CNN Poll: Americans mostly agree with Obama on Afghanistan

  • A spur of ridge on our right, rashed with scrub and tall cacti, flowed down to the water and ended in a pile of protruding rocks.

    Kook

  • Let me be clear that I take absolutely no personal comfort or pleasure in this awareness for I too have fallen and have endured skinned elbows and road-rashed knees.

    Archive 2007-07-08

  • Let me be clear that I take absolutely no personal comfort or pleasure in this awareness for I too have fallen and have endured skinned elbows and road-rashed knees.

    My daughter is on mission...

  • A bunch of heavily eyelined women, desperate for a man to swoop in and clear the rabid Visa bill, instigate Immediate Fatherhood to four diaper rashed children.

    blog: On Dating Like A Man

  • I lean over to look at his shoulder as my brain immediately jumps to dislocation, though he wouldn't have sat there that long with a dislocated shoulder, and as I do I happen to see his elbow, also rashed up and bloody and needing cleanup.

    Conversations with My Son Over Abrasions

  • Sir, I mist my purpose in his arm, rashed his doublet sleeves, ran him close by the left cheek and through his hair.

    The Monastery

  • She was rashed with rust, bandaged with strips of durasteel, leaking grease and other lubricants, smudged with crud.

    This Time It's Personal.... - Suvudu - Science Fiction and Fantasy Books, Movies, and Games

  • A bunch of heavily eyelined women, desperate for a man to swoop in and clear the rabid Visa bill, instigate Immediate Fatherhood to four diaper rashed children.

    blog: December 2008

  • She was wet to mid-thigh, rashed with mosquito bites, and her wrist and shoulder ached, but she had three fat fish gleaming in the grass at her feet, a hunter's sense of profound satisfaction-and a few more crumbs of cheese left in her pocket.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

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