English words and Examples of Usage

use "steam" in a sentence

The oil price rally looks like it may be slowly running out of steam.

I paddle out to a luxury ocean liner and steam over to Tahiti.

It must either be dug up or blasted from under the ground using steam.

Other than that, he should probably let the story run on its own steam.

Setting new objectives consistently keeps people moving full steam ahead.

Those beef tongue steam buns and monkey-face eel stews don't sell themselves.

I asked him if we've lost our steam (STEAM) in the science and math subjects.

Steam locomotives represent the pinnacle of the industrial age, said Lindsay.

Half a year after Leslie Neulander's death, the investigation picked up steam.

When this happens, your oceans boil and your entire atmosphere becomes steam."

“Today, the global high-tech factory model is increasingly running out of steam..

Nikkei sheds 0.5% The rally in Japan lost steam, with the benchmark Nikkei 225 (.

This made it one of the last railways in the world to operate steam locomotives."

This produces steam, which in turn drives a turbine to generate electrical power.

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