- a line of verse
- n.绳,索,线路,航线,诗句 vt.排成一行,顺...排列,划线于,使有线条,使起皱纹 vi.排队
- n.句子,判决,宣判,文句 vt.宜判,判决
- She hastened to explain "this boat really moves like a cradle.it rocks you until you're so woozy all you want to do is sleep."
- She mouthed a swear word.
- She gibed at him but he returned with a witty sally.
- Ll when you came back to work I was muzzy as a foolish baby think about every sentence you said every word your lineament your eyes you shake my hand for so long time and my heart always be in touched you gave me a killing kiss with my no consciousness I have no leeway ll!
- What's the last words of every redneck?
- Nor aught else except a brief pithy and as it then appeared to him unanswerable argument against the immortality of the human soul.
- A careless word may kindle strife
- One word out of turn and the men would hit their children or beat their wives or take it out on them by a violent tongue-lashing.
- The significance of a remark in the listener's mind is often like a strange cat which enters the room without making a sound.you don't notice its presence until it gives a "mew."
- The meaning of a sentence often depends on stress and intonation.
- For my signature catchphrase "whammy!"
- The restrictive clause in'each made a list of the books that had influenced him'limits the books on the list to only those particular ones defined by the clause.
- The nonrestrictive clause in'i always buy his books which have influenced me greatly'refers to his books generally and adds an additional fact about them.
- A sentence suffices to destroy the self-image that takes a young person to build.
- And if he ever found himself in a retired spot a member of the nineteen would be sure to appear thrust an envelope privately into his hand whisper "to be opened at the town-hall friday evening" then vanish away like a guilty thing.