Definition of Megaphoned

1. Verb. (past of megaphone) ¹



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Definition of Megaphoned

1. megaphone [v] - See also: megaphone

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Megaphoned

meganuclease
meganucleases
meganucleus
megaoesophagus
megaohm
megaohms
megapack
megapacks
megaparsec
megaparsecs
megapascal
megapascals
megapennies
megapenny
megaphone
megaphoned (current term)
megaphones
megaphonia
megaphonic
megaphoning
megaphonist
megaphonists
megaphyll
megaphyllous
megaphylls
megaphyte
megaphytes
megaphyton
megapixel
megapixels

Literary usage of Megaphoned

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1. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"The last order megaphoned resounds in an azure dotted with sparks and ... Orders are megaphoned and every word seems to crowd the adventurous air with ..."

2. Vagabonding Through Changing Germany by Harry Alverson Franck (1920)
"Now and then a shipload of those poilus who waved to us from the shore as we danced and sang and megaphoned our way up through their territory came down ..."

3. War Bread: A Personal Narrative of the War and Relief in Belgium by Edward Eyre Hunt (1916)
"A hoarse voice began a megaphoned conversation. ... One of them drew closer to us, and a megaphoned voice retched out a query and w^is answered from our ..."

4. Schley and Santiago: An Historical Account of the Blockade and Final by George Edward Graham, Winfield Scott Schley (1902)
"... after dark, and before taking her blockading station megaphoned, as she had megaphoned every other ship in the squadron as she passed, that Admiral ..."

5. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1920)
"Close finishes and excitement were t the people wanted. They got their first when Dick Lee megaphoned from the ^ s' boat that the cup went with the two- ..."

6. Notes of a Busy Life by Joseph Benson Foraker (1916)
"At Columbus they had a similar occasion except that it was for me at least only an afternoon performance and the candidates were not megaphoned to the ..."

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