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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of voodoo.
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During slavery some of the Negro slaves would kill snakes and skin them and wear these snake skins to prevent being voodooed they said.
Me: It's still mine ... and I voodooed you, making you immobile >
i want to spend my time then playing tennis, hanging out with ma 'girls, having our sushi buffet and useless time spent together; and if God allows, germaine's voodooed monopoly. oh and we have that one more trip to the bird park.
One of his men voodooed an app for my iPhone that will warn me when an O’Grady is going to die, but since I can set it to play any mp3 I want as the warning, it’s more discreet—and a whole lot easier on the ears.
"Then on the other hand, if dueling were too risky, we might have had him voodooed, had we lived back in the good old days.
"Then on the other hand, if dueling were too risky, we might have had him voodooed, had we lived back in me good old days.