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bugged

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. buggedadjective

    having hidden electronic eavesdropping devices

    "wired hotel rooms"; "even the car is bugged"

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  1. Bugged

    Bugged is the third studio album by rock band Babybird released in 2000. It was also the last album the band released on the Echo Records label before being dropped. The band subsequently split but re-united once again in 2006 for their fourth studio album album Between My Ears There Is Nothing But Music. The album features the single "The F-Word" which was later used as the theme tune for Gordon Ramsay's television series of the same name. The song "Getaway" was also used in an episode of Trigger Happy TV.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of bugged in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of bugged in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of bugged in a Sentence

  1. Jason Freudenrich:

    Day after day it just bugged me, and come to find out, it bugged a lot of veterans.

  2. James Cason:

    Everything in Cuba is bugged, even the coconut trees.

  3. Donald Trump:

    One of the things that he actually says, you know, people are over there getting their heads chopped off who are Christians -- and that has bugged me… I didn’t hear a lot of talk about that… I hurt for these people all over the world who are getting persecuted.

  4. Sam Querrey:

    I almost wanted to stop because they were hitting you in the face when you were trying to hit balls. (They were) all over the place, i lost a set when the ants came. If I had won that set, probably wouldn't have bugged me as much.

  5. The Buccaneers:

    Peyton is my friend, a great quarterback, a great competitor, but there’s gonna always be a lot of talk about that rivalry, whether it’s him joking about we had it bugged or this-gate or that-gate… But Peyton is great. I think his analysis is funny, his wit is awesome. I enjoy listening to him.

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