English words and Examples of Usage

use "smuggle" in a sentence

That's much easier than trying to smuggle Syrian IS terrorists into Europe.

It was easier to smuggle, too: Kilo for kilo, powder took up less room.

An attempt had been made to smuggle it into the country as craft of little value.

They were charged with attempting to smuggle guns to Lebanon under the guise of a clothing drive.

Many international officials believe ISIS managed to smuggle a bomb onto the plane, causing the crash.

Never accept to carry luggage onto a plane for a stranger because he might be actually getting you to smuggle something for him.

He asks him for a virus he could smuggle through "Labyrinth" security.

If you get caught trying to smuggle goods from Mexico into the U.S., customs officers may seize your car until you pay the fine.

They buy all their children's clothes across the border in Mexico, and then smuggle them back into the U.S. so they don't have to pay any duty on them.

The young man was imprisoned in Thailand for ten years after being arrested for trying to smuggle illegal drugs out of the country.

He was arrested for trying to smuggle drugs across the border.

In December of 1998, a group working for an American tobacco company pleaded guilty of attempting to smuggle cigarettes into Canada.

Victor's parents asked the Australian Embassy to help them get a lawyer for him after he was arrested for supposedly trying to smuggle drugs out of Thailand.

The project has been running very smoothly up until now. smuggle

Cobra used it to smuggle MX missile guidance chips out of the country inside video games.

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