English words and Examples of Usage

use "cite" in a sentence

He's always welcome in Haiti and he's always welcome in Cite Soleil.

Loomis and Demps declined to cite a single problem they had Williams.

Police frequently cite security concerns as a reason for mass arrests.

Synth-pop and even hip hop musicians cite Kraftwerk's influence as well.

It did not cite a source for the report or provide any more information.

I grew up in a very difficult neighborhood, very near Cite Soleil.

Fed officials cite low wage growth as a sign of slack in the labor market.

And you cite "childless singles" and "households" interchangeably -- which is it?

He went on to cite America’s “pretty aggressive program” for screening newcomers.

Few doubt her competence; many cite her extensive experience in Washington as an asset.

The agency did not cite a source for report and there was no immediate official confirmation.

Manufacturers continued to cite the dollar's strength and low oil prices as headwinds.

Also, principals cite pressure from parents as a primary reason for using corporal punishment.

But advocates like Ulvaeus cite personal safety as a reason that countries should go cash-free.

Of course families can't eat just fruit and vegetables, but Tyrner likes to cite Michelle Obama.

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