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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of spelunk.

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Examples

  • This bizarre yet inescapable fact has been revealed over the past 30 years, as scientists have spelunked their way through the human genome and encountered stretches of DNA with the telltale chemical signatures of viruses.

    The Visitors That Came to Stay

  • This bizarre yet inescapable fact has been revealed over the past 30 years, as scientists have spelunked their way through the human genome and encountered stretches of DNA with the telltale chemical signatures of viruses.

    The Visitors That Came to Stay

  • For more than three decades, the Australian renaissance man has spelunked into the darkest reaches of the human soul, and he's still at it with Grinderman, whose second album growls, moans and enchants with typical Cave aplomb.

    Album review: Grinderman, "Grinderman 2"

  • For more than three decades, the Australian renaissance man has spelunked into the darkest reaches of the human soul, and he's still at it with Grinderman, whose second album growls, moans and enchants with typical Cave aplomb.

    Album review of 'Grinderman 2' by Grinderman

  • Or did his Mummy and Daddy not show him enough affection, and his Daddy beat him for being a pansy, while his Uncle secretly spelunked his pooper in the basement?

    Kevin Smith Wants Seann William Scott for His Hockey Movie « FirstShowing.net

  • Then we spelunked our way into the cave, where we saw the most adorable little bat and of course wandered through all sorts of gorgeous cave rooms.

    Archive 2007-08-26

  • Then we spelunked our way into the cave, where we saw the most adorable little bat and of course wandered through all sorts of gorgeous cave rooms.

    Spelunked

  • He either sent his little predator on a spelunking mission into the tubes or the tubes spelunked him.

    Foley clogs the tubes

  • So having spelunked my way down to the very depths of time (or as far down as this little corner of it goes - 12: 00 AM Jan 31, 1999), I think I'll start following the subterranean trails of thought and see where they take me.

    "Tonight We're Gonna Party Like It's 1999"

  • So having spelunked my way down to the very depths of time (or as far down as this little corner of it goes - 12: 00 AM Jan 31, 1999), I think I'll start following the subterranean trails of thought and see where they take me.

    Archive 1999-01-01

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