Example sentences for: adele

How can you use “adele” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Ann and Adele, products of the claustrophobic 1950s, fought and clung to each other and never found their man.

  • But the upward-mobility drama of Ann and Adele may be a nearly impossible act to follow; Jane and Mary don't even try.

  • Although Dr. Spritzer's reluctance to get enmeshed in Adele August's life is presented in both book and movie as entirely rational, given Adele's extreme neediness, both emotional and financial--Ann can't wait to be old enough to leave home--there is also the sense, in both the book and the movie, that Dr. Spritzer is a little bit of a jerk.

  • He's the multimillionaire founder of a biotech company, and the mother-daughter pair in pursuit of him are hippie drifters, who whimper for their chance at legitimacy and reliable love where Adele and Ann howled and scratched.

  • A few chapters after that, Adele is taking Ann on rides past Dr. Spritzer's apartment and saying things like "I'd like to tell his psychiatrist a thing or two."


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