Definitions

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  • adj. Having been tattooed with one or more tattoos.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of tattoo.

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Examples

  • Just think—if I got your name tattooed on my ass, I could change it to “Flabby” after you dumped me.

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  • But she definitely implied it, I mean, she was doing everything short of getting his name tattooed all over her, like a big “COOPER AND ISABELLA FOREVER AND EVER” in a heart or something.

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  • So if your man walks around with your name tattooed on his behind, if you like it, then I love it.

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  • He has no doubt that Joe loves his mom: When Joe was eleven, he got her name tattooed on his right arm, above a picture of an angel and, beneath that, the word FOREVER.

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  • Why you got her name tattooed on your— She stopped short and narrowed her eyes.

    A Dollar Short

  • He had her name tattooed behind his right ear, and she had his tattooed over her heart.

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  • When Turkish soldiers die in combat against the PKK, "many of the Turks living there hang national flags from their balconies," says Sercan, an abbreviated version of his name tattooed in ink across his knuckles.

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  • Another female student said the raunchy science instructor asked her to have his name tattooed on her buttocks, and told her he was aroused because "I'm going to see my ex today."

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  • Ross noted what he considers a bit of irony: "He has my name tattooed on his hand."

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  • I never rode with the 600. .and Waterloo is a song by ABBA, IIRC .. sorry to say 8 of us young, thrusting Air Corps juniors decided, as we drank Becks beer by the crate everynight, that it would be "soo cool" to get their label tattooed on our upper left arms.

    Army Rumour Service

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