Harboring Sentence Examples
He caught himself harboring such strange thoughts that he was frightened.
I caught myself harboring a feeling of hatred toward him which I vainly tried to overcome.
You're not accused of any crime so I'm not harboring any fugitives.
Courting a widow was one thing, but harboring a nagging feeling she might not be widowed was quite another matter.
Nicole Richie fainted while shopping at the L.A. boutique Kitson on July 15th, fueling rumors that she's harboring an eating disorder.Advertisement
The following symptoms may indicate your cat is harboring a hairball.
If the kitten sneezes roughly once every few days, seemingly at random, it is unlikely that your cat is harboring a significant condition.
This unresolved anger is destructive to the person harboring it and to the relationships around them.
Harboring anger or other emotions at unresolved issues can lead to festering resentment that will undoubtedly eat away at your relationship.
It is ironic that the same country known for harboring U.S. draft dodgers provides a haven for celebrity political outcasts.Advertisement
Madonna - This blonde ambition has taken the world by storm-and she's done it all while harboring a fear of thunder.
These bothersome pests may take up residence on a stuffed animal, and to be sure that the stuffed dog is not harboring any fleas or ticks, apply a small amount of control powder to the toy after each cleaning.
If it doesn't, you'll at least go forth in life harboring the warm comfortable feeling that you aren't alone while you stare despondently into your blank television screen and wait for the repairman.
The same goes for shoes and garden gloves, which are common culprits of harboring urushiol oil.
Some of the more serious types of CMV infections occur in people who have been harboring the dormant virus, only to have it reactivate when their immune system is stressed.Advertisement
Many paid sites actually perform background checks on their members to ensure that they are not married or harboring a criminal record.
For example, it is often more difficult to communicate a feeling or sentiment when the person you must relay such feelings to is sitting right across from you, displaying a wealth of facial expressions and harboring volatile emotions.
Now, modern day Rome is still the definition of grandiose, harboring more ancient secrets than most western countries combined.
Harboring a priest could incur the death penalty and merely being a priest constituted high treason.
But MK was already harboring seditious thoughts about the decadent rulers of the Ottoman Empire.Advertisement
Never share makeup with another person, and toss any old makeup that might be harboring bacteria, especially mascara.