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  • adj. Wearing a seatbelt.


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seatbelt +‎ -ed


  • Being seatbelted, you feel that maybe if you could just wiggle enough, twist in just the right way, you might get yourself a bit freer ... i want some time.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • I just have enough room to want a little more room. the difference between being swaddle dand being seatbelted.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Ginny was seatbelted but Gillam was not, so Myra forced herself to focus on her driving, go slow, lives were at stake.


  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The seatbelts you should always wear, even if you've got airbags, side airbags and frontal airbags, because the airbags to work depend on you being seatbelted.

    CNN Transcript Apr 16, 2007

  • Diane wanted the Window and I like the Aisle as I get to stretch out my feet (Quiet Steve), I seatbelted the box carrying the urn in the middle seatand put a wind breaker over the box.

    Rich, Richard

  • "As the vehicle was coming up out of the water, we immediately observed the white male seated in the driver seat and seatbelted in," a Sheriff's Office deputy wrote in a report.


  • Geneva Auto Show, and while the thought of riding in it makes me queasy - on the water, I have no seasickness problems, but underwater seatbelted into a submerged convertible?

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • A third passenger, Alisa Lynn Barth, 18, of Austin, was seatbelted in the backseat and was trapped in the automobile.

    The Austin Daily Herald

  • Yes, Stewart made a bad decision getting in this car, but we all know that he was found seatbelted in the "PASSENGER" side of the car.

    Auburn Journal - Top Stories

  • So now the seatbelted speeder is emboldened, and looses control and strikes and kills another motorist or pedestrian ... did the lack of points assesment and resultant allowance of this idiot to keep his license protect that person???



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