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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of school.

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Examples

  • And this week I got called out by an older feminist for disagreeing on a minor matter, and again schooled on issues I've been discussing and acting on for twenty years.

    Having a Bad Week

  • I don't think being rich and well-schooled is a bar to being a good PM, but having a wide mix of advisers is a good idea.

    Doh Ray Me Me Me Me Me Me...........

  • Newmania said ... don't think being rich and well-schooled is a bar to being a good PM, but having a wide mix of advisers is a good idea.

    Doh Ray Me Me Me Me Me Me...........

  • And I wasn†™ t home schooled, just public schooled, which is prob. even worse.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: May 24, 2006

  • The only way you could possibly outdo that is to prove that your great great grandfather owned the first-ever dandy horse and that he totally "schooled" that Irish p-far guy one time on the way to the blacksmith.

    Earth to Bikes: "Save Me!"

  • Because it would appear he was either "schooled" in a British or "government as sovereign" collegiate education whether at this point in this country here or his former homeland makes no real difference.

    U.S. State Department Writer Dismisses American Constitution's Trial By Jury Provisions

  • Well, apparently not, because the competition took place this past Friday, and it turns out it was Williams who actually "schooled" Landis.

    Menace to Propriety: Sharing the Road

  • And their children were 'schooled' to ignore their instincts and to believe in the holiness of money and of the financial cause.

    Bats, Insects and Predatory Neocons

  • This gem brought to you by the guy that claimed to have 'schooled' me a while back.

    Balkinization

  • I was thankful that both of my parents were familiar with the doctoral process and both had attended white universities so we were "schooled" about how to be assertive with our university professors and how to measure where we stand in the class with a professor LONG BEFORE the final grades are issued.

    Advocacy on Behalf of Students of Color

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  • An interlacing of SHOE + COLD.

    September 6, 2010