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gusto

gusto

gusto Sentence Examples

  • Some dogs do this with great gusto, wagging their tail enthusiastically.

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  • When Virgo is inspired to secure a mate, he will do so with full gusto.

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  • The media covered this story with gusto, and Lucci was the subject of many interviews at the time.

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  • After all, it's not every day you get a chance to watch a calico orbit a ceiling fan with such gusto.

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  • Red Hat Society founder Sue Ellen Cooper believes that women of a certain age can live life with élan, interest, and gusto.

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  • The reforms needed to be pushed through with real gusto, yet it was common for Gorbachev to disparage in his remarks about trade.

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  • Professional ballroom dancers choose to perform Rumba dance steps in one of two ways - aggressively romantic and full of gusto, or sweetly subtle and romantic.

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  • If you're opting for extensions in the first place, you might as well go for the gusto and purchase clip-ins that will offer the most length you can handle.

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  • However, the Carnival season was still established and as life became easier, the tradition of costuming was taken up again with much gusto.

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  • In High School Musical 2, and other dance musical movies of the like, the choreography is peppy and full of gusto, leaving no room for inhibition.

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  • Resigned to the inquisition, he settled down in his chair with two cans of beer and a piece of apple pie, devouring the pie with a combination of guilt and gusto.

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  • They each ordered a salad and steak and attacked them with surprising gusto.

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  • The four ate with gusto and animated conversation, led by Fred O'Connor, who won the contest of sucking up the longest spaghetti strand without dribbling oil on his chin.

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  • Resigned to the inquisition, he settled down in his chair with two cans of beer and a piece of apple pie, devouring the pie with a combination of guilt and gusto.

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  • They each ordered a salad and steak and attacked them with surprising gusto.

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  • Their performances leap up in quality each time, merging Adam's stage charisma with David's guitar playing gusto.

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  • Said with the gusto of a true connoisseur: do you have a favorite, um, species of cheese?

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  • Most people had a real gusto about their enthusiasm for what had happened.

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  • But the rough husk was not ill to pierce, and only added gusto to the kernel.

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  • The gentleman's stuffed chicken thigh was a work of art, which he devoured with his usual gusto.

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  • They sing their praises to God with great gusto - or in a quieter meditative manner.

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  • Their defender Noel Cantwell was approaching with equal gusto.

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  • Kicking off we had Frankie belting out Two Tribes with much gusto.

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  • The band plow through their songs with such gusto, you'd think they had a bus to catch.

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  • gusto of a man able to renew his vision by staying true to his youthful credos.

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  • gusto by a quite brilliant cast.

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  • gusto than china is perfectly natural have the task.

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  • overheating Chinese economy isn't just gobbling steel, all raw materials are being swallowed with gusto.

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  • If this is more than hyperbole, the combination should prove potent for a firm famed in the UK market for its results-driven gusto.

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  • rip apart their rules with gusto.

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  • seaweed soup with gusto.

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  • staccato guitar and was played with much gusto.

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  • The gentleman's stuffed chicken thigh was a work of art, which he devoured with his usual gusto.

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  • Performs Love Creeping Up On You with verve and gusto and a whole truckload of soul.

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  • warble the haggis was piped in with the warbling notes of the pipes played with gusto by Alison McLaren.

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  • But besides these there were many others whose names were famous; such as Ta'abbata Sharran, a popular hero who recites his own adventures with great gusto; his companion Shanfara, whose fame rests on a fine poem which has been translated into French by de Sacy (in his Chrestomathie Arabe) and into English by G.

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  • They leered at the Brain as she began to rip apart their rules with gusto.

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  • When lunch arrives, they spoon rice into their mouths and slurp seaweed soup with gusto.

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  • His first featured a soaring and diving vocal merged with staccato guitar and was played with much gusto.

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  • Performs Love Creeping Up On You with verve and gusto and a whole truckload of soul.

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  • Then the haggis was piped in with the warbling notes of the pipes played with gusto by Alison McLaren.

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  • The Triumph lives up to Carnival's "fun ships" motto with gusto.

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  • The whole idea is to have fun and age with gusto and humor.

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