Cuomo was prepped and predictable, with not a phrase out of place, not a phrase that surprised.
The local hospital, in the nearby town of Reading, has been prepped in case of any emergency.
So I've prepped myself for years for the idea that I'm not necessarily the golden child where everything I touch turns to magic.
Tonight, by contrast, it was as though he had prepped for the showdown by doing several lines of coke backstage.
The Chinese team, prepped, fed, and polished, was hungry for victory.
Has he prepped well enough to carry his debating advantage into weaker terrain—the debate on foreign policy?
Joining Benenson is Michael Sheehan, speech coach to the Democratic stars, who prepped Obama for his 2004 DNC speech.
From a young age, Mormon children are prepped to take on these leadership roles.
v. prepped, prep·ping, preps
To prepare for a medical examination or surgical procedure.
Preparatory; preparing a student for college or university (1895+)
[prep, ''student at a preparatory school,'' is found by 1890, and prepster by the 1940s]