Punctuated Sentence Examples
She cried and kept talking, her sentences punctuated by sobs.
An odd ringing sound punctuated the rumbling storm.
She heard the beastly snarl and caught the blurred mass of darkness, punctuated only by two flashes of silver, as Rhyn flew by her.
When creating your script the most important thing is to make it readable and correctly punctuated.
He punctuated it with a quick kiss and then released her again.Advertisement
Steep mountain cliffs, punctuated with castles, slice into densely forested valleys.
A frantic instrumental punctuated only by a blood- curdling scream from MacGowan, it ' articulates ' perfectly how unjust these laws were.
The course is a dual slalom, punctuated by jumps that send most cowboys flying.
From July to October the humidity is high as the tropical sun is punctuated by short but spectacular rain storms.
The Scherzo is rhythmically alive, the rhythms punctuated by timpani thwacks; shadows hang over the Lento.Advertisement
Later the dancers pass along criss-cross paths punctuated by stamping feet, wheeling arms and twisting torsos.
Public areas are tastefully punctuated with flowers symbolizing Holland's connection to the floral industry as well as Indonesian accents representing the country's former colony.
Silence and secrecy, punctuated with disingenuousness have consistently been its preferred modus operandi.
Feelings of political exclusion and hopelessness engender damaging passivity punctuated by urban unrest.
One of these was the notion of " punctuated equilibrium ".Advertisement
Tension is created by the shock of sudden animation or a repeated phrase that punctuated long silences.
And one area, punctuated evolution, I know a little about.
It is a sensuous duet, full of liquid movement, punctuated with brief moments of stillness.
Back to Kate 's Story Wed 27 th April Another restless, tired day punctuated by small bursts of activity.
Our drive back to the main road was punctuated by several stops.Advertisement
This main street is punctuated by a series of attractive buildings.
The message concerning the undesirability of excessive drinking is punctuated regularly with mainstream news articles on the national epidemic of alcohol abuse.
Napier 's subsequent career was no less distinguished, but punctuated by spells of retirement on half-pay.
Ethnic nationalism means war without end, punctuated by periods of truce.
Hence, rotorcraft design is essentially a process of evolutionary design punctuated by the infrequent introduction of new designs.Advertisement
The fields flatten out, punctuated by wind-swept pines.
The familiar black and white color palette is punctuated by helter-skelter lines that mimic the appearance of a real zebra.
It shouldn't be confused with the Arctic which is all water punctuated with regions containing a healthy mix of human and animal life.
The petite dynamo boasted a quintessential early 1980s 'do back in those days, punctuated by a cloud of curls and thick bangs cut in a slight bowl shape.
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The overall beauty of each piece is punctuated by the fact that it remains so well after its purchase date.
When thinking of Paris, however, it is hard not to think of its stunning silhouette, which is always punctuated by the huge iron Eiffel Tower.
Just strips of mere fabric punctuated by mounds of captivating flesh!
The epic good versus evil theme is punctuated with more bad guys and sub plots.
The voice punctuated all of the remarks with a series of elaborate motion graphics put over O'Brien, with images of the Twitter icon bluebird in more and more macabre situations.
A quail punctuated her statement with its crisp call.
He punctuated his statement with another soft kiss on her lips.
Xander's cunning amusement was apparent on his heavy features and in the half-smile punctuated by bloodied fangs.
Sixteen routes follow, punctuated with fascinating points of interest along the route - standing stones, springs, cruck barns and chapels.
The author skilfully weaves his plot punctuated by the rhythmic drumbeat which heralds the appearance of the new moon.
The book is punctuated with pictures of him engaging in shooting competitions with the tribal elders, dressed in full headgear.
His theory of punctuated equilibrium is probably his most widely known contribution to evolutionary theory.
Stephen Jay Gould has been the best-known exponent of this theory of " punctuated equilibrium " .
It's a slickly produced, carefully punctuated multi-media extravaganza of sound, color, movement and action.
Or more characterless rows of unsightly, fast growing shrubs, festooned with litter and punctuated by the odd illegally dumped fridge.
A blazing third person gun slinging action game, Red Dead Revolver is fueled by a revenge driven storyline punctuated with dark humor.
The cats have been with us for almost two weeks now, punctuated last Tuesday by a return to the Center for booster jabs.
It provides an LSD like experience, punctuated by extreme lethargy, and tranquil feelings, that can last up more than 12 hours.
The bogs are punctuated by small, rounded loughs, the source of many streams.
It helps students understand postwar American history through a seamless narrative punctuated with accessible analyzes.
Or, rather, a string of penalties is occasionally punctuated by rugby.
These were delivered in his renowned style with erudition, punctuated by a disarming slight stutter.
That is, we would expect them to experience punctuated equilibria.
You'll find tankinis for girls, teens and women, punctuated with a variety of colors, feminine details and large sizing options.
Besides, the long day had blurred both their minds to the point of uselessness and Fred punctuated every sentence with a yawn.
Before they hit the concrete, darkness swallowed them, and they fell through a cold, damp place punctuated by strange yellow doors.
She leaned against a wall, overlooking a stretch of rocky terrain punctuated with patches of yellow-green grass.
Corridors punctuated by lantern stretched in each direction off the room.
Beyond where the compound ended, she saw the tan sands of the desert punctuated by short, round shrubs It's called Traveling.
She punctuated it with another kiss.
From 1461 to 1465 the career of Matthias was a perpetual struggle punctuated by truces.
In 1712 he published a carefully punctuated and annotated edition (folio 1712, octavo 1720) of Caesar's Commentaries, with elegant engravings, dedicated to the duke of Marlborough.