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


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  • (His hairy chest was open to what poets call the 'wined',

    In the Days When the World Was Wide and Other Verses

  • But after all the hoopla and celebration, and there certainly was celebrating as we were wined and dined at Seattle's Space Needle and Bell Harbor, it is the things that go unnoticed that are the most worthy of celebration.

    Pat Yongpradit: Innovative Educators, Innovative Relationships

  • Marion Butler of North Carolina and Matthew Butler of South Carolina testified in a House investigation probing whether the Electric Boat Co. of New Jersey and a predecessor firm had improperly wined and dined the former lawmakers, who are unrelated.

    Squirming Through the Day

  • Here, the lobster palace society, the venue of the “butter-and-egg man” reigned supreme, and where luscious, giggling chorus girls, primadonnas, and grande dames of the stage, were wined and dined all night long.

    The Bachelor Life | Edwardian Promenade

  • Keshari kicked off her four-inch Versace heels as Mars pulled her in close and they “slow wined,” their bodies in perfect groove with one another.

    Larger Than Lyfe

  • They had just been wined and dined in the Louvre but now were targeted to be killed.


  • This guy is crying but his party wined and dined these yokels for years and guess what?

    Voinovich: The GOP's 'being taken over by Southerners'

  • He has wined and dined at least one Press Club official at the Harvard Club -- courtesy of the Police Foundation, which pays his expenses.

    Len Levitt: The Press Club Steps Up

  • For years American officials have looked on in amazement as newly retired Taiwanese generals traveled to China for a round of golf, were wined and dined by their counterparts in the People's Liberation Army, and no doubt had their inebriated brains picked for information.

    Taiwan Is Losing the Spying Game

  • Other media players had influence, but with the Murdoch group, the relationship with politicians carried over into Gloucestershire weekends, where David and Samantha and Rebekah and Charlie (Brooks, her husband) and Matthew (Freud) and Elisabeth (Murdoch ) – and sometimes Andy, Rupert and James (with or without wives) – wined and dined and rode and walked in each other's company.

    Over more than three decades, no one dared question the perversion of politics by and for Rupert Murdoch | Henry Porter


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