from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense and past participle of spin.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of spin.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. & p. p. of spin.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Preterit and past participle of spin.
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(wife of the big-boss, made-manager, her new group to run, a new title spun) she thought I was 'fabulous and fun.'
The amount of corn spun from a feeder is not intended to "feed" the deer.
I tottered and spun from the exhaustion; my breasts bled from his painful nips: still I perservered, determined to preserve this, his babyness, his need for me.
That's a reasonable sampling of the verbiage spun from the author's active imagination.
The truth lies somewhere between the spin spun by Podesta and Card.
What should be spun is that even though Obama has his opinion on these issues, he is constantly listening to the opposition, looking for the best ideas and compromises, and acting on them.
Instead, you get designer clothing lines spun from the silk of liberated, free-range worms.
The captain spun back around and yelled something at the guards.
Your argument is completely spun from a subjective point of view based on Bush, not a VP, as well as personal interpretation of linguistics and coding, and common vernacular.
Morrow's earlier works include The Last Witchfinder, a postmodern historical epic about the coming of the scientific worldview, as well as the Godhead Trilogy - Towing Jehovah, Blameless in Abaddon, and The Eternal Footman - dark comedies spun from the conceit that God has died for the greater good of humankind.