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Definition of "reamed" [reamed]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of ream. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "reamed" in a sentence
  • "But five years from now when we look back on this Champions League, I think we're going to remember what happened to Real Madrid a lot more vividly. i'm not trying to compare the two at all; they're isolated in in just about every way two CL draws could be. however, i also know what a funny phenomenon form is, even in my limited time with the game, and that it will try and disperse with even more aplomb than it arrived with. the first game at the bernabeu was more the shocker, i think, than these faux galacticos going to Anfield and getting rightfully reamed, which isn't to say i expected this William Blake painting."
  • "You're not going to believe this and today Homeland Security secretary Michael Chertoff kind of reamed them on that."
  • "_tappit hen_, holding some three quarts, "reamed," _Anglicé_, mantled, with claret just drawn from the cask."
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