Verb Names

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Can you name the English given names that can be used as verbs?

Featured Aug 27, 2011

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To sing in a group, almost exclusively in December.
To steal, or to lift a vehicle.
'i'-based action often done with the jab of a pencil.
To tease without spite; often followed by 'around'/'with.'
To fizzle or die out.
Wishfully thinking.
To rush suddenly; a common companion of 'forth.'
To trudge through an impediment such as water.
Ascended, stood.
To repel, often used in the context of evil spirits.
To steal; not used for vehicle lifting.
To allow; Robin Williams did it thrice in 1992.
To come to light, either abstractly or with a horizon.
To fasten, or to categorize somebody.
Using the court to punish foes, usually via money.
To coat/cook with sugar or syrup.
To annoy repeatedly; related to 'harrass.'
To move up and down.
To throw with force or carelessness.
To honor; often sarcastically used with 'presence.'
To penetrate.
Indicates possibility similar to 'might.'
Slang for vomiting, but not throwing other objects.
To charge (as in money, not Light Brigade style.)
To put on, such as armor.
A future tense standby synonymous with 'shall.'
Created a picture.♂/♀
To leave an imprint, such as with a writing utensil.
To tap or stroke, usually to provide comfort.♂/♀
To pry open, such as with a crowbar.

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