tacked in a sentence

  • Joe tried not to imagine her imagining his name tacked on to the end of hers.
  • When we had finished I stood mopping my face with a handkerchief, but my eyes were glued to the label tacked on one of the boxes.
  • Funny, campy and sarcastic seem to in tacked, my only problem are the monsters.
  • An unnecessary roughness call on Rosevelt Colvin tacked on more yardage to Owens '30-yard catch to give the Eagles first and goal.
  • So, Nick thinks he is a ‘peer’ merely because he got his name tacked onto some review article and because he spent years on a forum obsessing over this flagellum problem.
  • And this Blogger label tacked on to each commenter's name is kind of weird.
  • It is not strange, therefore, that the edifice was completed by a Chicago contractor who had less self-respect than Mr. Willis, the latter having abruptly refused to have his name tacked on to the work.
  • All I can do is to get him to consent to a name tacked on to yours.
  • Trefusis than Penguyne, so I fancied that Penguyne was another name tacked on to Michael, and that Trefusis was just as much my name as yours.
  • Relaxing on a couch, hanging out with his brother and cousin, another Big Ten title tacked onto his resume, Terrelle Pryor took a call from DeVier Posey, one of his
  • I got so tacked last night
  • Man, your girlfriend it tacked, you need to move on, mang!
  • look at that man's eyes. boy is tacked like no other!
  • You ready for sping break bro?" "Yea I'm f*ckin tacked from hittin the gym and TanV for the last few months

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  • Definition for "tacked"
    • Easy past tight and past participle of tack.
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  • Urban Dictionary for "tacked"
    • getting intoxicated and large, and sex.
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