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

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Examples

  • "I got a little bloop in the first inning and then just kind of tomahawked something near my eyes (in the fourth)," Surhoff said.

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  • Tanaghrisson came forward, tomahawked Jumonville, and tore his brain out of his head, blood gushing.

    George Washington’s First War

  • I was so astounded that I picked up a cue and slapped the red away-and not ten minutes earlier I'd been hanging upside down from a wagon tail trying to avoid being tomahawked!

    Isabelle

  • He tomahawked the pitch and the ball had topspin and dipped into the lower deck and there is Pafko at the 315 sign looking straight up with his right arm braced at the wall and a spate of paper coming down.

    Underworld

  • Such books have had a strong fascination for my mind from my earliest childhood; and I wonder it should have come to pass that I never have been round the world, never have been shipwrecked, ice-environed, tomahawked, or eaten.

    Reprinted Pieces

  • The Clinton administration made the Iraq-Al Qaeda connection when al Shifa was tomahawked.

    Think Progress » Why Bush’s Case On Iraq Was Different From Clinton’s

  • Some people said there were no Indians, and no agent to be tomahawked at all; but that the whole had been invented in a house in Crutched Friars.

    The Great Hoggarty Diamond

  • I saw it, it was letter high and he tomahawked it.

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  • "Then I got a fastball up, which was also down the middle, a protection hack that I got on top of and tomahawked."

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  • -- Best dunk II: Duncan came soaring down the middle and with Mourning going up in his face, tomahawked him with his left hand.

    NBA All-Star Game

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