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


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  • This is the same guy that "twittered" on where he was in Iraq making the job of guarding him that much harder.

    Hoekstra compares Iranian protests to GOP effort

  • In the U.S., the media has largely refrained from covering protests, and we too have "twittered" and "YouTubed" and blogged to little avail.

    Iran and Change and Context

  • On the internet, poll workers in the Tar Heel State have "twittered" for help in explaining the ballot on election day.

    Diane Tucker: Confusing North Carolina Ballot Leaves off Votes for President

  • A wan electric light half lit the room after dark; the souls "twittered" like Homer's in dejected knots.

    In the Ranks of the C.I.V.

  • The Hollister case ultimately was dismissed by Judge James Robertson, who notably ruled during the 2008 election campaign that the federal legal dispute had been "twittered" and, therefore, resolved.

    Recent Activity

  • I just 'twittered' because it was a social thing to do.

    Simple Talk rss feed

  • One follower 'twittered': "Twitter is going to be the key in the County Council elections."

    British Blogs

  • Last week, state Rep. Greg Snowden, R-Meridian, "twittered" about lawmakers 'actions, such as information about the budget shortfalls and other news from the Capitol.


  • But I thought it'd be worth offering some reasons why Inc. picked "twittered" instead of "tweeted" (or, "twatted," as Stephen Colbert would have it).

  • Another reason for using "twittered" is that it makes more sense to somebody who isn't that familiar with the service.


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