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use "remark" in a sentence

But his latest off-the-cuff remark has landed him in some hot water.

Because they don’t feel guilty about this, they never remark upon it.

The remark drew a quick rebuke from the Democratic National Committee.

I apologize to Sarah Hoffman and all who read it for my insensitive remark.

"I apologize to Sarah Hoffman and all who read it for my insensitive remark.

If your remark is inaccurate, you're the one who ends up looking like a jerk.

He clarified his remark, saying some people left due to a death in the family.

It will be late June before it is clear whether the remark was a signal to either side.

Vice President Joe Biden also took issue with Clinton's remark about Republicans.

"Some pundits like to remark that we already have term limits, they're called 'elections.'

Brady called the remark an "offhanded comment" that reporters ran with to "get the clicks."

Such a remark about preserving the language is ironic, especially coming from a KMT politician.

The backdrop lent bite to Goldberg's on-air remark when holding a coffee mug with the show's logo.

No, I don't think so, the vice-president said, grinning as he knew the implications of his remark.

"When people try Para Sport they inevitably remark on how tough it is but also how much fun it is.

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