Manhandled sentence example

manhandled
  • The last thing she needed now was to be manhandled.
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  • He ranted, signed her papers with a vicious flourish, then shoved them at her and manhandled her out his door.
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  • They manhandled the sledges over ice hummocks and through soft snow.
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  • The prescription in Leviticus could not have meant the animals were killed beside the altar then manhandled on to it for burning.
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  • Why was Paul so roughly manhandled when he visited the club in pursuit of Lucille?
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  • She was also manhandled and dragged off to a cell.
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  • Wallets tend to take a beating over time, being pulled out, opened up, stuffed in pockets and generally manhandled on a regular basis.
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  • Considering just how frequently the wallet is yanked out of pockets and generally manhandled, it should come as no surprise that a quality style is considered a fashion essential.
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