caromed

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caromed

  1. simple past tense and past participle of carom
    • 1953, Isaac Asimov, Second Foundation (1971 Panther Books Ltd publication), part II: “Search by the Foundation”, chapter 7: ‘Arcadia’, page 80, ¶ 2
      “My daughter says I have?” he bent a frowning glance at her which caromed harmlessly off the wide-eyed and impenetrable web of innocence with which she met the accusation.

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