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  • verb Present participle of stash.

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Examples

  • Former congressman William J. Jefferson was "stupid" and exercised "awful judgment" in stashing $90,000 in potential bribe money in his freezer, but his actions did not constitute a crime, defense attorneys said Wednesday during closing arguments in the Louisiana Democrat's corruption trial.

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  • Disney wrote to Joel and asked him to clarify "that marijuana stashing is not an intended or authorized use of this product."

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  • I’m impressed by her creativity in stashing the candy.

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  • English here once again adapted a concept from French, in which the verb parquer initially had to do with putting animals in a park, but was later used to refer to stashing artillery and gunpowder and, eventually, military vehicles.

    The English Is Coming!

  • English here once again adapted a concept from French, in which the verb parquer initially had to do with putting animals in a park, but was later used to refer to stashing artillery and gunpowder and, eventually, military vehicles.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Though it's unclear whether it was presented as an anecdote or as a joke, it at least tells us the notion of stashing money in hotel Bibles goes back more than forty years:

    New Urban Legends

  • The next morning he's just as likely not to remember hiding anything as he is to recall stashing any of it, if not precisely where.

    New Urban Legends

  • At the time, Baghdad's top security official said extremists were adopting new methods to outwit bomb-detection squads such as stashing explosives deep inside the engines and frames of vehicles.

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  • The attack was the third major strike by suspected Sunni insurgents in a week and left Baghdad†™ s top security official acknowledging that extremists are adopting new methods to outwit bomb-detection squads such as stashing explosives deep inside the engines and frames of vehicles.

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  • The attack was the third major strike by suspected Sunni insurgents in a week and left Baghdad's top security official acknowledging that extremists are adopting new methods to outwit bomb-detection squads such as stashing explosives deep inside the engines and frames of vehicles.

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