They do not want to get stuck on those narrow, dangerous, windy roads, behind big trucks. Sara, having no pockets, stuck the paper into the waist of her sweat pants. But it wasn't a view shared by the Times or the Telegraph, where Steyn stuck to his earlier predictions that Republicans would walk it with a 315 electoral vote victory. Me, myself and I are going to enjoy a giant pizza tonight. She got a piece of bread stuck in her throat.
Rescuers were racing against time last night to haul up a mini-submarine stuck 190 metres underwater near the Pacific coast before the seven sailors on board run out of air. Yet, I miss him in a way that I can't fully articulate, there's a cognitive abstraction, like having a memory of a much loved Grandfather who didn't exist in any pertinent way. It is sometimes suggested that, had they stuck to a career in the courts, Howard would have been the bigger success, but I wonder about that. And it defies conventions, it's the equivalent of the actor who breaks the fourth wall by addressing the audience directly. So you're stuck out in the woop-woop and the next train back is Thursday next week. Recently, I learned a trick for falling asleep when conditions are not ideal for rest. As a trapeze performer, she generally worked in the big top, but due to her injury, she was stuck working concession.
Your question uses sentence in a sentence. Perhaps society would be better off if its schools stuck to the three Rs and did a solid job in domains where they enjoy both competence and wide public support. From that time on for over ten years I stuck to Athneal like a pilot fish and he taught me, not only whaling and its history in the islands but about Bequia life as well. They are not just stuck in their little kainga, wearing their piupiu. Every time I lifted my foot to walk, my other foot stuck to the ground and caused me to fall forward. Now as then, the opposition party finds itself stuck in a seemingly endless cycle of lamely reacting to the President's initiatives.
Sticks was out of town. Hunter was confident, so much so that a lot of people thought he was a stuck-up snob. He had walked into a clearing, where the remains of a circle of scorched tents stuck out like the ribs of an animal long dead. I'm stuck in a rut in my boring job and need to do something new. So of course, everyone on the O'Neil side is under the impression the I'm a stuck-up snob who wants nothing to do with them. Danny had christened himself the Italian Stallion years ago in reference to his family's Italian heritage and the name had stuck.
When ready to spawn, the female ascends rapidly to the surface, where she lays a mass of eggs stuck together by gelatinous mucus. Looked at in closeup, it reveals a row of popped rivets, with one rivet still partially stuck in place. This method helps my body to calm and prepare for sleep. Describing the sentence: He was sentenced to forty hours of scrubbing the sidewalk with a bucket and a … brush. With Europe stuck in a double-dip recession, the United States once again finds itself a prime engine of global growth. The team stuck fast in the black muck, and every effort to extricate them served only to imbed them more hopelessly in the sticky gumbo.
Reaching her apartment, Marla pulled her key out of her pocket and stuck it in the keyhole. How do you spell stuck-in in a sentence? Natural pearls form when a small foreign object gets stuck between the mantle and shell. I'm talkin' about that stuck-up, thievin' hypocrite of a Charlie Phillips, that's who I'm talkin' about. Matthew sticks out his hand. Show More Sentences Baseball has its superstars, pro football has created a superbowl, and college football is stuck with the superfans. While they were water rafting or singing campfire songs I was stuck in my room listening to my parents fight.
Thousands of homeless families find themselves stuck in emergency accommodation for at least two years. Children's plastic windmills, stuck in the ground around the same area, are also said to do the trick. Are we all so stuck in our roles that when a given issue comes up, we just default to type? If time flies when you're having fun, it drags interminably when you're waiting to get a party started, according to the players who have been stuck in the wings this week. He thought for a moment as he deftly rolled the paper and tobacco into a durry, licked the edge and stuck it down. In the servant girl's room there was a stay-button stuck in a crack of the floor, and in another crack some beads and a long needle.
Didier was ninth after a few laps but then got stuck behind Donoso, who had already been lapped. While many persevered with long-range Method feeder tactics, Eamonn stuck with the pellet waggler on peg 100 to bag 18 carp to around 12lb. The audience effectively gets stuck in the panic on the rock face, watching helplessly as Peter makes a life-altering decision that will taint relations with his sister. He has kept his head and stuck with the things he believes in. I'll now lead you to an honest ale-house, where we shall find a cleanly room, lavender in the windows, and twenty ballads stuck about the wall.
How else to explain why discerning, well-heeled travellers are attracted to a tiny, scrubby island stuck in a 1970s time warp? I promise this has relevancy for writing, stick with me. And then some salad dodger on the construction crew stuck his gut in the way trying to make peace. The stuck-up brown-nosers in school, the geeks and the nerds, they would have balked. When the sub got stuck, the brass kept the fact under wraps for 32 hours before Russia came clean and asked for foreign help. Show More Sentences If there's a problem or an issue needs tackling, she just can't help rolling up her sleeves and getting stuck in.