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

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Examples

  • Press-MTV poll found that about one-quarter of teenagers have "sexted" - shared sexually explicit photos, videos and chat by cell phone or online.

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  • Press-MTV poll found that about one-quarter of teenagers have "sexted" -- shared sexually explicit photos, videos and chat by cell phone or online.

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  • MTV poll found that about one-quarter of teenagers have "sexted" - shared sexually explicit photos, videos and chat by cell phone or online.

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  • "sexted" - shared sexually explicit photos, videos and chat by cellphone or online.

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  • If you or someone you know has survived (and thrived) after being bullied online or having photos or video "sexted," we would love to publish your story on ReachOut. com.

    Anastasia Goodstein: We're All Paris Hilton Now

  • A study last year found that a quarter of Americans teenagers have "sexted," either receiving or sending text messages of a sexual character — not exactly model behavior for an Internet user.

    Survey: Despite Knowing the Risks, Young Adults Are Reckless About Online Security

  • Like e-mail gone wild, once "sexted," your little bro's photos are out of his control - now and forever.

    Steven Petrow: Queeries: Beware of Sexting

  • Today, MTV and the Associated Press have released a report that shows some alarming statistics about digital abuse: 3 out of 10 young people have sent or received nude messages on their cell or online, and 61% who have "sexted" report being pressured to do so at least once.

    Tina Wells: Sexting? Cyberbullying? MTV Thinks There's A Thin Line

  • An outraged father in French Valley, Calif., was arrested and charged with multiple felonies after allegedly using a stun gun on a man who "sexted" his 17-year-old daughter.

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  • (AP) -- A member of the board that monitors fairness in Wisconsin's lawyer regulation system is defending its inaction against the prosecutor who "sexted" a crime victim.

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