Sloshed sentence example

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  • His boots sloshed as he tiptoed across the kitchen floor.
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  • Carmen sloshed through the mud, and by the time she opened the gate, the car was out of the mud.
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  • He was silent for a few minutes as they sloshed toward the house.
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  • Maybe he forgot he had it on—him being a little sloshed and all.
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  • The ship sloshed through dark teal waters toward a crescent-shaped bay with white sands that glistened in the midday light.
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  • At nine o'clock our knees may knock - we stagger out despite ' em By half past ten we 're sloshed again.
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  • Feeling thirsty, he tried to swallow some water which simply sloshed down his nose.
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  • I know I certainly am not bringing a 300 quid camera where i 'm going to get sloshed.
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  • A hanging travel cosmetic bag is easily rolled over, and sloshed about while traveling or even in the home.
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  • As you drive to the sanitary dumping station, take the long route that includes winding roads so that the detergent and ice get sloshed around.
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  • Carmen closed the gate and sloshed back to the barn.
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  • She sloshed through the slushy snow, splashing icy water on the legs of her jeans.
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  • She sloshed down the trail, scanning the woods ahead as she neared.
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  • Maybe he forgot he had it on—him being a little sloshed and all.
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  • I know I certainly am not bringing a 300 quid camera where i'm going to get sloshed.
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  • By the time that I had got topside, the water I had pumped into the bath had sloshed out.
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  • Let's face it, back then gentlewomen did not get sloshed or very intoxicated-it just simply was not done.
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  • But if you're planning on getting sloshed at the company holiday party and winking at the Executive Assistant, then it is a really good idea to wear cute underwear.
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  • They were slow to respond, and he sloshed free, wrestling the barrel to the Springs.
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