English words and Examples of Usage

use "strand" in a sentence

Rather, the listener should be able to hear each strand - and one can.

A single strand of human DNA, fully unraveled, would run from head to toe.

Sometimes we need someone from the other strand to step in and hold us up.

I often two-strand twist my hair while baking chocolate chip cookies as a meditation.

Enchanted Objects by David Rose and Blink by Malcolm Gladwell The Strand or City Lights?

I love the idea of taking something from a small strand into something large and elegant.

He struck out Hank Conger, Luis Valbuena and Jose Altuve to end the inning and strand the runner.

Medlen struck out Flowers and retired Beckham on a fly ball to strand the runners on the corners.

Army bomb experts were sent to the building on Short Strand Road shortly before 20:00 GMT on Tuesday.

Strand formerly served as CEO of Shear Diamonds, which once owned the Jericho diamond mine in Nunavut.

Jennings/Strand, Geologic Map of California, Los Angeles Sheet (1:250,000 scale).

The kitten was playing with a strand of wool from the sweater Anne was knitting.

Chief Seattle once noted, "Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself."

Campus use The abandoned platforms at The Strand in 2008.

This was used before the BBC Four on BBC Two"" strand."

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