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use "drift" in a sentence

It makes for an uneasy relationship as they drift across the ocean.

Yet even Lorentzen himself isn’t entirely immune to this sort of drift.

Most of the smoke will drift in a south/southeast direction from the fire.

If the car starts to drift or swerve, a light flashes or a warning sounds.

Our minds drift as our hand-eye coordination pilots our cars automatically.

I drift out to one side of the wreck to see if the boilers are nearby.

With all pesticides, they're not allowed to drift on to people, Greynolds said.

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NASA says it's probably just an oddly shaped drift of sand. 11 photos: Life on Mars?

Amundsen had planned to take the Maud to the North Pole, by letting it drift in ice.

U.S. shares were set to drift lower, with Dow and S&P 500 futures shedding 0.1 percent.

That does a lot of mental work on voters, and they'll begin to drift toward the top ten.

@Furd It's too bad it couldn't be the full extent of her father, if you catch the drift.

I didn’t pose the question in quite such specific terms when I was five, but you get the drift.

As I read a book, the lenses darkened and cleared, allegedly in sync with the drift of my attention.

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