Example sentences for: droughts

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

  • Just north of Antequera, droughts notwithstanding, is the Fuente de Piedra, Andalucía’s largest lake, with a surface area that can reach 1,384 hectares (3,420 acres).

  • We have the almighty nuclear bomb and, yet, we despair when it comes to floods, droughts, cyclones and communicable diseases, many of them entirely avoidable man-made disasters.

  • High and dry: The WP reveals an unexpected effect of the area's recent droughts.

  • With all this talk of upheaval ("Nature's Bedlam," as Nature on the Rampage likes to call it), you'd think we were suffering a plague of chaos--record numbers of Category 5 hurricanes, epic tornadoes, droughts, and the like.

  • Dozens and dozens of sites, such as Eye on the World, celebrate tsunamis, typhoons, hurricanes, droughts, and--of course--tornadoes.


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