Example sentences for: out-of-state

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

  • Buying a single bottle of wine from out-of-state is a third-degree felony in Kentucky, Georgia, and Florida and is punishable with fines of up to $2,000 and jail time.

  • The only real catch is that Moveon money exposes candidates to the charge that they are bought by out-of-state interests or Clinton-loving liberals.

  • The New York Times metro edition leads with the meaning of Rudy Giuliani's election, while the paper's national lead is the soon-to-be-announced decision by major mail-order companies to start collecting sales tax from their out-of-state customers.

  • As most laws vary state-by-state, queries from out-of-state used to meet a dead end.

  • As for the shower invitations to out-of-state friends, Prudie agrees with you that such invitations are really invoices.


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