How to use Sit-around in a sentence

sit-around
  • You don't do anything but sit around and stare.

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  • He can't stand to sit around and do nothing.

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  • Damian's not gonna sit around for this one.

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  • I was trained to defuse desperate situations, not sit around and be blind to their development.

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  • Anstey 's words We sit around the table each with our own favorite brand of chocolate bar ready to thrash out another idea.

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  • The longer that they sit around the more flavor they lose.

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  • Playing games for fun is nothing new, but playing together as a family has grown less popular as more families sit around the television or computer for entertainment.

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  • Papasan camp chairs can give you a comfortable place to sit around the fire while you're roasting your marshmallows and telling stories.

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  • You can use a couple of pillows stacked on top of each other to sit around a coffee table for an informal meal or to play a board game.

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  • Well, finally, the end is here and we can all stop hearing about millionaire men who sit around and talk to other people for a living.

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  • These are designed to sit around the neck and are either solid, which means that they are inflexible and make a striking piece of jewelry, or they are flexible meaning that they fall into the wearers natural curves.

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  • If you are not one to sit around and knit, you will love Florida's wide selection of active adult communities.

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  • The characters will sit around until you make a decision, but you cannot look at your inventory or run away.

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  • Once equipped, have your characters just sit around for a while.

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  • While some fuller-bodied wines benefit from aging, light and crisp wines shouldn't sit around for years or even months.

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  • Unfortunately, not everyone loves board games, so when you cannot find a group to sit around a table filled to the brim with chips and pop, you can only resort to one thing, and that is to play board games online.

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  • We all sit around a table and discuss stories, deadlines, work-related issues, and we look at the week ahead.

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  • Thus, the evening bag became an emblem of the prosperous woman with servants to attend to her household and the luxury to simply sit around and craft.

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  • This group doesn't like to sit around and wait for something to happen.

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  • If you're loved by a Pisces, you probably sit around with a big smile whenever the conversation turns to your lover.

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  • Saturday evenings, families would sit around to enjoy a feature film presented by Disney and made specifically for the television audience.

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  • Rest assured that if your spouse has a great pair of Borns, you don't have to sit around suffering shoe envy.

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  • If you've got an office job and you sit around a lot, you can still work exercise into your day.

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  • Yes, they can help keep you warmer on a frigid night, but they are also a lot of fun to just sit around in, whether with the whole family as part of a matching set or with your sweetheart for a laugh.

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  • It's impossible for many women to have regular manicures because they simply do not have the time to sit around and wait for their nails to dry.

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  • Larger groups sit around the central tables; couples may enjoy a more intimate dinner at a smaller table on the side.

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  • If you'd let me drive, you could sit around here on your duff instead.

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  • They'd make it a game night or sit around getting wasted on twenty-year old scotch recounting countless, crazy times they had through the years.

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