English words and Examples of Usage

use "surge" in a sentence

That this surge had nothing to do with us didn’t dampen the moment.

Is there a border surge coming? 02:04 But it probably won't get far.

If I reviewed the Fitbit Surge today my rating would be 9 or higher.

Sobel is the author of "Storm Surge," a book about Superstorm Sandy.

Only John McCain seems to favor another surge of U.S. ground troops.

He said: “There has been a surge of demand over the Christmas period.

The NDP surge would have happened regardless of anything I did folks.

Clinton also called for an US "intelligence surge" in the Middle East.

The demand for skin transplants is expected to surge, Wang said.

But Djokovic broke twice early in the third set to surge to a 4-0 lead.

Sales were up 0.3 percent in May following a 1.7 percent surge in April.

The surge comes despite ongoing protests at the Greek-Macedonian border.

The surge in activity stems from a recent crash on the White House lawn.

Germany is witnessing an unprecedented surge of asylum seekers this year.

But many believe the surge in both oil and gasoline prices is near an end.

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