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


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  • I myself was 'verballed', so speak, by an organization for simply posting a few of their quotes and noting the hypocrisy between them.

    once again i remind you

  • Kansas, on the other hand, faced a Memphis squad that saw not only its best talent (Tyreke Evans) leave early for the NBA, but several of its "verballed" recruits chose elsewhere once John Calipari bolted the Mid-South for Bluer pastures in Kentucky.

    SLAM Online

  • In Leakegate: Leake verballed Richard Dawkins Tim descibes, well you know.

    Leakeng Ship

  • -- Down that alley was where the Brickhall Three were done over by the police and then fitted up, verballed, framed; up that side-street he'd find the scene of the murder of the Jamaican,

    The Satanic Verses

  • Mr Abbott noted that it was unfortunate he had been verballed'' by some protesters. | Top Stories

  • The words of various eminent statesmen and international lawyers are called in aid of this view but, as we report, it would appear that at least one of these - the late Robin Cook, the former foreign secretary - may have been "verballed", as they used to say on - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • He verballed to NDSU, but changed his mind and signed at Drake last week.

    Homepage | INFORUM | Fargo, ND

  • Cohenite, maybe I'm confused, but I looked at 86 again and I don't see how I verballed you.


  • Leake verballed Richard Dawkins Tim descibes, well you know.

    Rabett Run

  • Coleman, and Louisville St. Xavier cornerback Daylen Hall all verballed to the 'Cats, but that's not what caught my eye.

    A Sea Of Blue


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