How can you use cookie in a sentence?
I want to eat a cookie.
Please give me a cookie.
This cookie just came out of the oven.
What a delicious cookie!
i need flour for the cookie dough
I snagged a cookie from the countertop, where it lay, unattended.
The cookie jar was open and he took one of the cookies.
you could use itm like the=at movie was sweet or that cookie was sweet
Example sentence - He could not make cookies because he didn't have an important ingredient in the cookie recipe.
A persistent cookie is a small text file stored on your hard drive for an extended period of time. Eating a cookie is not always the best way to satisfy your appetite.
my little runt of a brother stole mi cookie. IDK How about "You get back here you little runt!". That's how I use it in a sentence.
It is appropriate in some situations. There are two ways to use "its": as a possessive or as a contraction. When you use it as a possessive, there is no apostrophe. For example: The dog wants its bone. When you use it as a contraction, you use "it's." For example: It's my cookie. The sentence could also be read as it "It is my cookie;" therefore, "it's" is a contraction in this sentence and requires… Read More
When we were in class we had to all come to a consensus on which cookie to choose to eat.
He had seven cars, but the bank repossessed five of them. He had a cookie, but someone ate it.
I was feeling generous, so I gave her the last cookie.
I'm just thankful that the proverbial cookie crumbled in my favor.
I obvert my mother bc she wouldn't let me eat the cookie
After stealing a cookie from the jar, the boy looked shamefacedly up at his mother.
There was only one cookie left for Lizzie and me, so we split it in half, fair and square!
Her nocency was affirmed, when it was discovered that she had indeed stolen a cookie from the cookie jar. After the tornado, a band of hungry, homeless, nocent rodents overran what was left of the neighborhood's cellars.
There were no witnesses, but one. But I didn't do anything! I made you a cookie, but then I ate it. Anybody but the judge may answer the question.
Badgering: Little Ricky was BADGERING his mom about giving him a cookie: he wouldn't stop asking her for one.
Yes. Why did you take the cookie from the cookie jar?
Woe betide you if I catch you eating the last cookie piece in the cookie jar.
A persistent cookie is a small text file stored on your hard drive for an extended period of time. Give me a cookie, please.
The first step in the cookie recipe is to blend the sugar and butter. That band's style is a blend of blues and jazz.
Elmo was playing pirate and stole one of cookie monster's cookie's so he locked him up in a prison ship.
If there is a preposition in front of the pronoun used to describe yourself ("I" or "me"), use me. For instance, "Give the cookie to me". (You wouldn't say "Give the cookie to I.") Also, when listing people along with yourself, use "I". For example, "Kelly and I ate cookies." You can remember this by imagining the "Kelly and" part of the sentence disappearing. You wouldn't say "Me ate cookies" (unless you're Cookie Monster). Make… Read More
The active voice is used when 'credit' for the action (of the sentence) is desired. Prosecutors, policemen, school teachers, defendants ratting out their co-conspirators use it. The passive voice attempt to deny 'credit' for the action. Criminals, politicians, bored spouses use it. Active Voice. He, the defendant, that skinny little nerd over there in the yellow suit; he stole the cookie from the cookie jar!!! Passive Voice. Cookies were stolen from the cookie jar. Another… Read More
No you can NOT use metro service with the LG cookie
I suffered a period of depression when I wasn't accepted at the college of my choice. OR You make a depression in the middle of each cookie and fill it with a spoonful of jam.
The precocious toddler had managed to reach the cookie jar on the shelf. The preteen pageants feature girls who are precocious in beauty and talent.
There was a behemoth sized cookie. :P
The cookie was forbidden.
(Example) The crumbly cookie was delicious.
The sandwich is mine, but the cookie is Lindsay's.
i ate the seventeenth cookie.
What is the participial phrase in this sentence Quickly eating the last cookie Brooks left the kitchen?
quickly eating the last cookie
My cookie-cutter is stelliform shaped.
If you will be kind, I can give you a cookie
Cookie monster is still cookie monster but, all they do on the show is use cookie monster that eats vegges
i HAVE a cookie I HAVE $100 he HAS a cookie she HAS $100 You use "have" with most pronouns and plural nouns. "I, you, we, etc." You use "has" with third person singular. "He, she, it"
There were some cookie crumbs on my plate.
The boy suffered consequences when he took the cookie from the jar.
The house was very generic and cookie-cutter.
He tried to temp me to eat the cookie but i didn't.
I was defaulted after the meeting for stealing cookie out of the store
I am examining my cookie.
This is a sentence fragment: It means that the blue cracker/cookie It signifies that the blue cracker/cookie
Betrayed is a past-tense verb, so you would use it as so; 'She betrayed my trust.', not 'She does betrayed by trust.' The young boy betrayed his father by eating the last cookie in the cookie jar when his father specifically told him not to. "The wife's trust of her husband was betrayed when she caught him cheating on her."
I remember quoting a famous retort and being scolded for it. Is Abraham Lincoln famous for something? I enjoy the tasty cookies made by the Famous Amos cookie company.
It depends on what kind of cookie you are baking..... sugar cookie chocolate chip cookie snickerdoodles holiday cookie If you tell what kind you are baking then someone can help you out
No, the word 'largest' is an adjective, a word used to describe a noun. The adjective 'largest' is the superlative form: large, larger, largest. Example: I saved the largest cookie for you. (the adjective 'largest' describes the noun 'cookie') A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. Example: I saved the largest cookie for you. It is your favorite kind. (the pronoun 'it' takes the place of the… Read More
You can use a cookie cuter, or you can use a very sharp knife. But a cookie cuter works better.