Use sasquatches in a sentence


[ˌsasˈkwaCH, ˈsaskwäːCH]




"Sasquatches" in Example Sentences

1. 1. 1. sasquatches definition: Noun 1. plural form of sasquatch: 2. How to use took in a sentence Looking for sentences and phrases with the word took? Here are some examples. Then the commander of the sasquatches took out the white flag and surrendered. It took Liam some time to answer the door.
2. sasquatches definition: Noun 1. plural form of sasquatch
3. Wellman's actors rattled their dialogue off like machine gun fire while Del Ruth's players took their time to enunciate clearly.: The forces of reaction in Europe rallied against what they took to be the International and all its works.: Susie took up with a local tom and had a litter of two, a male and a female.: Then the commander of the sasquatches took out the white flag and surrendered.
4. Comment. Should there be something about reverse ethnocentrism? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Aurickandrien (talk • contribs) 10:22, 6 January 2009 (UTC). In the United States foreigners or immigrants that are not considered residents are called "sasquatches"[citation needed] and in the case they do not hold a legal status within the country they are called "illegal aliens".
5. Questions? Answers. Problems? Solved. Zombies? Contained. Sasquatches? Captured.
6. Teacher calls on students, asking them to use it in a sentence. Where do sasquatches live? Sasquatchewan! oof. https:///2pa7tU1. A guy walks into his doctors office saying, “Help me, doctor, I’m shrinking.” “Hold on,” says the doctor, “Be a little patient.”
7. Yes, by the time this is all over, we all may look like hairy overweight sasquatches. I kind of resemble that already. But if we cut through the fog, we can circumvent the natural progression of fear to anger, and rechannel it into optimism…into high octane. As Albert Spear said, “Fear is victory’s fuel.”

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