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  • verb Common misconstruction of sought.

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Examples

  • John McKain seeked Hagee's endorsement, now it suits him to reject it.

    McCain officially rejects Hagee endorsement

  • i told you all he is senile. mccain seeked the preacher's endorsement and now says he doesn't endorsement. flip-flop

    McCain rejects endorsement of a second controversial pastor

  • We kind of seeked him out from the others and he would carry our problems and actually information from him, and of course, I think he and the others ...

    Oral History Interview with Elizabeth Brooks, October 2, 1974. Interview E-0058. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • Just latch on to the news and ride its tails and the desired listeners seeked will heed your warnings, again, again and again.

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  • Just latch on to the news and ride its tails and the desired listeners seeked will heed your warnings, again, again and again.

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  • Just latch on to the news and ride its tails and the desired listeners seeked will heed your warnings, again, again and again.

    Page 2

  • Just latch on to the news and ride its tails and the desired listeners seeked will heed your warnings, again, again and again.

    Page 2

  • Just latch on to the news and ride its tails and the desired listeners seeked will heed your warnings, again, again and again.

    Page 2

  • Just latch on to the news and ride its tails and the desired listeners seeked will heed your warnings, again, again and again.

    Page 2

  • Just latch on to the news and ride its tails and the desired listeners seeked will heed your warnings, again, again and again.

    Page 2

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