Another sentence with the word shoreline in it?
i live close to the shoreline in Oklahoma.
The coastal shoreline at night is amazing.
shoreline of the lake Ontario is very long.
seaboard, beach, shore, sand, coast, seaside, shoreline, coastline
A SENTENCE WITH THE WORD OUNCE A SENTENCE WITH THE WORD OUNCE A SENTENCE WITH THE WORD OUNCE A SENTENCE WITH THE WORD OUNCE
Yes, the word 'shoreline' is a noun, a singular, common, compound, concrete noun; a word for the line where a body of water touches the shore; a word for a thing.
another word for grammar would be sentence construction.
No fair he had another slice of cake.
give me a another option
A synonym is a word that can subsititue for another word.
sentence can also be called a line. Example: sentence has many synonyms.
The question is not very clear. Do you want to use "everything" or another word in a sentence? Everything must be clear in order to get a good answer.
Eg, "The foghorn blared to warn ships of the shoreline."
I have two classes in the morning and another in the afternoon.
HERE ARE 3 SENTENCES: Haphazard is an annoying word and is time consuming to type. A sentence with the word haphazard in it is the sentence I'm typing right now. Another sentence with the word haphazard is the question that goes with this answer.
geosphere is another word for lithosphere
a linking verb
geosphere is another word for lithosphere
You just did it. "How do you use celery in a sentence?" is a sentence, and you used the word celery. I eat celery. Theres another one.
phrase or line.
Use it in a sentence.
Here is a sentence that uses the word metonymy. Metonymy is a figure of speech that replaces one word for another.
She did it for the publicity is one sentence using the word. The mayor won due to his publicity is another use of the word.
An example of a sentence using the word capitalism is There are no alternatives to global capitalism. Another example sentence is The word capitalism is a fairly new word that came about in the 19th century.
Another great song in my opinion is _.
another one bites the dust
The farmer went out to feed the cattle. Cattle is farmed for meat, milk and leather.
use the word job
Entirely different meanings can often be obtained if you simply juxtipose one word for another in a sentence.
Rubbish is another word for trash or garbage. A sentence using the word rubbish would be, "After the parade, the streets were lined with rubbish."
Another word for "asked" when used in a sentence could be: Questioned, inquired, quizzed, demand, invited,
Another word for workstation is workspace, work place, or work area depending on how you use it in the sentence.
A good sentence using the word injured is "How badly injured were you after your fall?". Another sentence using the word might be "The firemen moved all of the injured into a makeshift hospital".
A synonym is a word that means (near enough) the same as another word. Or inother words, a word that can replace another word without changing the meaning of the sentence. An antonym is a word that means the opposite of another word.
Do anyone know a sentence for the word gall? That's another question, not a sentence. You have a lot of gall using a question to answer another question!! Ha ha. :)
definition: To cross one another. sentence: Their hands were interlaced.
It depends on the sentence. If it is in a sentence with another word, then your answer is most likely yes.
An additional period is not necessary at the end of a sentence that ends in the word "inc."
Ennui is actually another word for boredom. An example sentence would be: Her ennui was very apparent to everyone there.
The word "were" is past tense. One example sentence is "I heard you were with Mandy last week". Another is "so you were a soldier?".
Instead of using glory, the correct word for the sentence is glorify.
We drove 20 miles to the shoreline to see the sea.
Apothecary is another word for pharmacist.
polis is another word for city-state
depends on sentence but try 'concentrate'?
Another word for JUDICIARY is judicial
Let's look in another direction.
A person accused of a crime is not obliged to divulge anything that might be incriminating. A "sentence" for the "word"? - please clarify your question