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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of something.
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So did anybody else out there see an old cartoon, in their childhood years, that really freaked/creeped/grossed/fill in somethinged you out?
"Relations and intimate friends be _somethinged_!" cried Juno.
"I was saying I thought it strange Mr. Knapp wouldn't go with us, and he got awfully cross when I pressed him, and said -- oh, Mr. Wilton, he said such a dreadful word -- that he'd be everlastingly somethinged if he would ever go into such a lot of dens of -- oh, I can't repeat his dreadful language -- but wasn't it strange, Mr. Wilton?"
Luck squared or cubed, or somethinged, up to the tenth power.
Over on the blog of the Discovery Institute Media Complaints Division Judge Complaints Division, John West seems annoyed that Judge Jones didn’t pay any attention to the Discovery Institute’s list of allegedly peer-somethinged publications.
He didn't apply for it for a long time, and then there was a hitch about it, and it was somethinged -- vetoed, I believe she said. "