How to use Dodged in a sentence
Too late, she dodged his grasp.
She dodged the spray of water.
He dodged her fist and laughed shortly.
She dodged his hand as it darted out to catch her, and raced around the counter, giggling all the while.
He reached for her and she dodged playfully.Advertisement
She kicked at him, but he dodged.
She moved away from him and he reached for her, but she dodged his hand.
Jenn dodged one and saw the flash of purple from the corner of her eye.
He grunted and dodged, giving her time to roll out from under him.
He dodged the spray of dry earth and stared at the clump that fell at his feet.Advertisement
He reached for her again and she dodged.
She tried to bring a knee into his groin, but he dodged in anticipation.
From the corner of her eye she saw the gray truck pushing a trail down the drive and dodged out of its path, completely forgetting about the stump hidden under the snow.
She dodged his hand.
Her heart skipped a beat and she dodged out of his way.Advertisement
The dog plunged from the forest as she dodged the closing screen door.
She dodged a flying chip.
She dodged a pillow missile and retrieved it from the floor.
She dodged to avoid a pair of magnificent blacks pulling a buggy.
Daughter Lindy dodged the mess to some extent by voting absentee and being off in Oregon pursuing the elk.Advertisement
Sun Ra always confounded and amused as he dodged between big band covers, noise freakouts and long chanted song cycles and outer-space grooves.
Maybe he's got the herp (in which case, you dodged a bullet).
Executive producer Alan Ball deftly dodged questions about Lafayette as did series leads Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer.
He dodged the screen door as it narrowly missed his forehead.
She dodged and rolled as the man reached for her again.Advertisement
She dodged his hands.
Zhu Zhu pets are very popular children's toys that were under suspicion in 2009 for possibly being unsafe, but according to Bloomberg Businessweek magazine, the toy "dodged the wheel of death".
She dodged his arms.
At length, as I leaned with my elbow on the bench one day, it ran up my clothes, and along my sleeve, and round and round the paper which held my dinner, while I kept the latter close, and dodged and played at bopeep with it; and when at last I held still a piece of cheese between my thumb and finger, it came and nibbled it, sitting in my hand, and afterward cleaned its face and paws, like a fly, and walked away.