Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of verb.

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Examples

  • I know, I know, Shakespeare "verbed" a great deal, and enriched the language in so doing, but those who struggle to make subject and verb agree in number "agreeivize," if we need a single word are enriching the language only in an agricultural sense...

    languagehat.com: BURTON'S ARABIAN NIGHTS.

  • Its legal department isn't happy about getting "verbed" probably because they've bought into the myth that a company risks losing its trademark when it becomes a common figure of speech.

    Alex Mandossian's Blog

  • Getting "verbed" is the ultimate accomplishment for any brand - the marketer's

    Alex Mandossian's Blog

  • MEDALLING - used at the Olympics, a curious example of a 'verbed' noun, from the word medal

    OUPblog

  • MEDALLING - used at the Olympics, a curious example of a 'verbed' noun, from the word medal

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  • MEDALLING - used at the Olympics, a curious example of a 'verbed' noun, from the word medal

    OUPblog

  • MEDALLING - used at the Olympics, a curious example of a 'verbed' noun, from the word medal

    OUPblog

  • MEDALLING - used at the Olympics, a curious example of a 'verbed' noun, from the word medal

    OUPblog

  • MEDALLING - used at the Olympics, a curious example of a 'verbed' noun, from the word medal

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  • Are we so desperate to intellectualize that all nouns must be verbed?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » How to “Kill the Bill”

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