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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of spitball.

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Examples

  • Other pop-culture names are being spitballed as Reporters Who Cover Television play Let's Re-Cast "Idol."

    Ellen DeGeneres leaves 'American Idol'; rumors fly about replacement judge

  • Or maybe she just let it go out to sea so it would look like she was off the island, I spitballed.

    Paradise Lost

  • Or maybe she just let it go out to sea so it would look like she was off the island, I spitballed.

    Paradise Lost

  • For the next twenty minutes, they spitballed all the possible scenarios.

    Fear Itself

  • Campbell, who is still vice-president of NHL hockey operations, seemed an earnest, well-meaning guy who was often out of his depth as he spitballed justice for the NHL.

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  • Campbell, who is still vice-president of NHL hockey operations, seemed an earnest, well-meaning guy who was often out of his depth as he spitballed justice for the NHL.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Campbell, who is still vice-president of NHL hockey operations, seemed an earnest, well-meaning guy who was often out of his depth as he spitballed justice for the NHL.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Campbell, who is still vice-president of NHL hockey operations, seemed an earnest, well-meaning guy who was often out of his depth as he spitballed justice for the NHL.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Campbell, who is still vice-president of NHL hockey operations, seemed an earnest, well-meaning guy who was often out of his depth as he spitballed justice for the NHL.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • I'll admit to being just a little distracted as Mayor Tom Martin spitballed some economic development ideas with three of his fellow mayors recently about extending freight rail service to Midland and Del Rio.

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