Example sentences for: and--in

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

  • In the opening rooms, especially, there are highly finished paintings of London bridges (painted from Monet's luxury suite at the Savoy) and--in a glorious sunlit corridor--views of Venice.

  • The movie didn't just suggest that people who fly around in spaceships will be just as swashbuckling, funny, romantic, and--in a word--human as ever.

  • In other words, detached from their familiar uses and manipulated on film, such objects could be animated, rendered flexible, and--in the sculptural sense--"plastic."

  • Instead, reporters asked him about issues arising from the controversy over his alleged drug abuse and--in the case of your question--the implications of that controversy for what boomer parents should say to their kids about drugs.

  • It's the ex-paramour, not the husband, who hires a detective agency to dog the mysteriously wayward Sarah, and--in one of those ironies that feels delightfully postmodern--it's Maurice himself who ends up being trailed by a Cockney gumshoe, Parkis (an amusingly earnest Ian Hart), when Sarah reinitiates contact.


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