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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of spoon.

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Examples

  • Finally, despite all his documented globe-trotting, Friedman comes back home convinced of the notion that "green is the new red, white, and blue" -- one more cloying, annoying phrase spooned up on the Fourth of July -- and the unshakeable if jingoistic conviction that America has to lead the way or it's curtains in a flat world that's going to eat us for lunch.

    Michael Conniff: Con Games: Code Friedman

  • "It was a time when I was extremely unhappy," he begins, each word spooned out slowly.

    Slate Articles

  • Spoonbread I believe was made using corn flour vs. corn meal and was baked in a bowl and "spooned" out.

    Pinto beans, three ways | Homesick Texan

  • Old Jerry had "spooned" up close to old Tom and his bodily heat was grateful.

    The Winds of Chance

  • Mr. Crockett, a youth at the time, had "spooned" the

    The Little Lady of the Big House

  • Two days later John Gordon was to arrive at the Parsonage, and Mary's period of being "spooned" was to be commenced, -- according to Mr Blake's phraseology.

    An Old Man's Love

  • When you have spooned enough in and whisked enough that it is warm, dump it into the pan and whisk it all together.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • When you have spooned enough in and whisked enough that it is warm, dump it into the pan and whisk it all together.

    The Curse Of The Food Blogger: Lemon-Dijon Sauce

  • Serve with salsa spooned on top, and a garnish of crema.

    The Mexican kitchen: a taste for all seasons

  • Alexander was still a moment, then he eased down and spooned up against her.

    Crimson Wind

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