Example sentences for: s--the

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

  • Yet, among the kind of people who once upon a time had admired Che and his cause--a lot of people, especially in the generation that was young in the 1960s--the more typical commentaries have balanced on a "but," as on a fulcrum.

  • Building on the huge success of his series paintings of the 1890s--the cathedrals and haystacks (now awkwardly renamed "grainstacks") and rows of poplars--Monet could afford to paint for himself alone.

  • It also invokes a remarkably complex set of references, and so might stand as an emblem of the '60s--the decade and the book--for a number of reasons.

  • is just the reverse of Hendrickson's--the O.K.

  • Out of sight , meaning "incredibly wonderful" or "extraordinary," is as current as ever; it goes back not to the '60s but to the '40s--the 1840s.


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