English words and Examples of Usage

use "pocket" in a sentence

She said that's when she pulled out a knife that was in her pocket.

Defeat eighth-tier Burscough and they will pocket a further £3,000.

I use the resources from my pocket and allow it to turn over.

Which ever way you take it, it's coming out of your pocket, he said.

It meant walking to the nearest bus stop at the Poacher’s Pocket pub.

Jordan has also written a book, called The Pocket Man (pictured above).

He says it brings powerful computing down to mere pocket change.

The crash report states: "He had the tooth in his shirt pocket as proof."

It was the sun reflecting on an object: his father's silver pocket watch.

Lawler says they reported that the man was reaching into his pocket.

A knife found in his pants pocket was not an illegal switchblade, she said.

Pocket listings are also sold among agents representing buyers and sellers.

"For us, it's really nice to have that extra $80 a month in our back pocket.

The TSA’s backscatter"" body scanner alerted screeners to the pocket."

Inside his jacket pocket, the report states, police found two condoms.

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