“I have full faith that this will happen,” Williams says, prepping her fairy dust for a flurry of happy thoughts.
This episode did show us that Palin spends plenty of time glued to her BlackBerry and prepping for television interviews.
Despite this, Republicans are prepping demands for their consent.
The company is prepping for an Emmy Awards campaign, in fact.
But most mornings or evenings will find me prepping dinner from basic ingredients.
prepping for their joint venture, the siblings seem amazingly cool about their orbital road trip.
Nominee Margo Martindale may not be prepping an Emmy speech—but she should be.
Mike Enzi, the popular, 69-year-old conservative U.S. Senator from Wyoming is prepping for the fight of his life.
But I assume that Obama was prepping to debate a somewhat different Mitt Romney than he actually got.
Spain is reeling precariously, Greece is prepping for another make-or-break election—and Germany is still insisting on austerity.
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]