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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of stiff.

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Examples

  • Of course, the Volunteers would embrace anyone without a felony after Lane Kiffin stiffed them.

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  • I tell my friendes these awful true stories from RX and Powerline about Israel bein stiffed and they say why are these stories not in the LA Times above the fold?’

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  • Right here on Huffington Post, Dawn Teo says Obama is getting "stiffed," and that complains that Obama's done quite enough already to merit the honor.

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  • Its time to take to the streets and let the White House know we are not going to be "stiffed" any longer.

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  • Hard times have supposedly left American men "stiffed," to borrow the title of Susan Faludi's book on the subject.

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  • I have been 'stiffed' three times in my 30 year professional career by someone who I rendered services to, gave a finished product to, but who refused to pay for those services even though they acknowledged the services and products were correct, were what they asked for, and were never challenged for not being correct.

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  • Sub-primes "stiffed" the investors with the check, and recapturing the money

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  • I have been "stiffed" three times in my 30 year professional career by someone who I rendered services to, gave a finished product to, but who refused to pay for those services even though they acknowledged the services and products were correct, were what they asked for, and were never challenged for not being correct.

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  • - alleged on December 1 that the Salahis "stiffed" him and was "put ... in the starve mode" due to their failure to pay.

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  • I didn't think it was a statement about woman's work ... and I imagine she would have preferred to be "stiffed" anyhow:) angdesj

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