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

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. covered with or resembling slime


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  • The name slimed into Len’s psyche and gave it a squeeze.


  • In a tacit acknowledgment of the show's promotional power, even grown-up actors now jockey for a spot on the program and a chance to get "slimed" -- splashed with the green goo that is a hallmark of the network.


  • She said she hopes she doesn't get slimed, which is what many actresses said before the event.

  • Here in SD Bill said Obama "slimed" HRC through other people.

    Clinton says she's open to being VP

  • Oh, dembilic, amidst all your incisive, issues-oriented points, I missed the specifics on precisely how the Obama camp has "slimed" Senator Clinton.

    Obama Camp: Ickes Story Shows Hillary Campaign Taking "Low Road"

  • Well she's made such a case for herself - Bosnia sniper fire, "hard working white people", "not a muslim as far as I know", "John McCain has passed the commander-in-chief threshhold, Obama gave a speech", Bill's claiming Obama "slimed" Hillary (and note - that was just YESTERDAY!).

    Hillary Supporter Dianne Feinstein: The Race Is Over, Make Hillary Veep

  • U.S. ground forces fully expect to get "slimed" (as GIs call a chemical attack) by Iraqi artillery and short-range rockets.

    Boots, Bytes And Bombs

  • Each mile that we progressed into Iraq, commanders warned us the risk of getting "slimed" dramatically increased.

    CNN Transcript Feb 25, 2007

  • I think he was kind of slimed a little bit by somebody because they put his name out there as having met with me as if that was some great sin.

    CNN Transcript Apr 1, 2002

  • She has a three-sided scar on her arm as a reminder of one visit from a sailor's ghost, has been "slimed" with ectoplasm and seen her doppelganger. - Home Page


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