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- v. Past participle of dash
- adj. Of a line, made up of short lines with small gaps between each one and the next.
- adj. A euphemism for damned.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Composed of, inclosed by, or abounding with dashes: as, a dashed line; a dashed clause; a dashed poem.
- Abashed; confused. See dash, v., 8.
- A euphemism for damned, from the form d—d, often used to represent that word.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having gaps or spaces
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Suddenly, he was interrupted by a big, exuberant kiss - from his wife, Mary, who had dashed from the side of Grand Av.
The hostile gang was temporarily disconcerted by the manoeuvre, then it dashed from the train in pursuit.
It rained sporadically all morning, a fine, needle like mist that pelted my cheeks as I dashed from the house to the car.
As he dashed from the Capitol, Emanuel told reporters he would communicate the issues raised in the meeting to President Obama.
Michael Blackmore's formative years were spent with far too many comics resulting in dashed dreams as repeated attempts to gain superpowers only resulted in embarrassing stories told to the doctor.
That gave Federer a set point, and when he again dashed to retrieve a shot in the corner with a running slice forehand, Gonzalez put a volley in the net.
EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey (Ticker) -- Curtis Martin dashed through the snow into some pretty exclusive company.
Cincinnati manager Sparky Anderson dashed from the dugout for
"It is he!" cried Solling, and without another word dashed off full speed along the road he had just come.
Snatching a light blanket from the floor, she swung the pack to her shoulders and without a word dashed again into the forest.