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use "nod" in a sentence


But my boss has helped, she says, giving a smiling nod to Michael.

It's very much a wink and a nod, we all know this, this is a game.

All the heroin users I knew would nod on when they were on the drug.

It is the only play that got a Tony nod for choreography, after all.

A friend drops one in conversation, and you nod knowingly and smile.

Obama gave Ryan's efforts a nod during a White House news conference.

“Do not want to always nod yes like her and be self-effacing.”

It’s a testament to progress - a nod to growth at an accelerated rate.

Does it mean we'll all clutch tablet styluses in a pitiful nod to the past?

Evan Agostini /Invision Ava DuVernay will likely get a nod for best director.

The return to its original name, Denali, is a nod to Alaska's Native Americans.

Most people would smile and nod sympathetically at this, and that's what I did.

The Democracy for America nod could help Sanders in the fundraising arena.

But her late-blooming political career was just a nod to her stamina and resilience.

In Los Angeles he met a labor leader, in a nod to an important Democratic constituency.

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