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on-a-whim

on-a-whim Sentence Examples

  • Naturally white-blonde, she'd dyed it pink on a whim last weekend.

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  • Jeff does silly things sometimes—it wouldn't be totally out of character for him to do something on a whim.

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  • Jeff does silly things sometimes—it wouldn't be totally out of character for him to do something on a whim.

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  • During the big dig I found some wild plums growing nearby which I chopped up and added on a whim.

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  • A guide to buying an air mattress can help you purchase one with the right knowledge and not on a whim.

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  • So, avoid taking free kittens home on a whim.

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  • Don't do it on a whim or in a fit of panic.

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  • Once you've mastered a formal application style, you can change it up on a whim with different colors and really have some fun!

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  • A sales associate recommended I try the Smashbox primer on a whim.

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  • Then we went down to the waterfront on a whim and walk for a while.

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  • Bright lime green boy's vest and tie combinations are cute on children, but they are not the easiest to pick up on a whim.

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  • Since cruise lines are required by law to submit passenger manifests within 24 to 48 hours of departure, you won't be able to wait until the absolute last minute to set sail, but you can still book on a whim and save in the process.

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  • These needs are not often considered by families who purchase a puppy on a whim without first researching the breed.

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  • This also makes it easy for friends to exchange bracelets and change their styles on a whim without needing new jewelry every time, or even to switch the bracelets to anklets if desired.

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  • That is, until I ordered a custom suit on a whim while on vacation in Thailand.

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  • I admit, I bought this game on a whim because, as a racing fan, I felt neglected in the early days of the Xbox.

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  • Many popular artists, including Rihanna and Pink, both wear asymmetrical cuts that can be changed on a whim with styling products and color.

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  • Once you've found a creative stylist, you can work together to find a cut that can be changed on a whim for endless punk versatility.

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  • Getting a work permit takes a long time, so don't expect to move there and find work on a whim.

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  • The Red Hat Society was started around 1997 by Sue Ellen Cooper, who bought a red hat on a whim and later read the poem by Jenny Joseph titled Warning.

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  • While its true that the crab might change his or her mind on a whim or lash out in anger when confronted, it's also true that Cancer's well known traits of kindness and generosity are the real deal.

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  • At grocery and convenience stores, the displays might be candy, gum, batteries, magazines... anything that people might buy on a whim.

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  • While they are attention-getting and even functional in certain situations, they're a specialty item when it comes to men's lingerie, making them challenging to simply pick up on a whim.

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  • The special occasion piece, however seldom used, should still be bought with the purpose of wearing in total comfort, and on a whim if necessary.

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  • I don't ever do anything that major on a whim or I'd write myself into a corner.

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  • Even though these are "fun" patches, they still aren't for just anyone to purchase and sew or iron on on a whim.

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  • You can type out quick little thoughts on a whim that are saved until you delete them.

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