Stodgy sentence example

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  • Family reunion games for adults don't have to be mature or stodgy.
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  • The consistency should be quite thick, but not stodgy.
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  • Tony Oliver was the rather stodgy solicitor Gerald, and Keith Graham was suitably nasty as the successful businessman Beevers.
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  • To the very stodgy members of the Royal Academy, Stavans's work only serves to desecrate pure Spanish.
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  • I have had some fairly good results but nothing like my favorite kind of crispy but not too stodgy bhajees.
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  • All of which makes for a somewhat stodgy read.
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  • All of a sudden it will go quite stodgy, allow to simmer like this for a minute.
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  • Retrospectively, neon seems as stodgy as the carving on a Victorian town hall.
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  • Somehow the bike seems to feel more stodgy than it used to - the opposite of the fun factor mentioned earlier.
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  • It does not overpower the flavor of the filling and is light enough to prevent the sandwich from becoming stodgy.
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  • We are conditioned to associate stodgy food with comfort.
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  • I think all the stodgy puddings that used to be on school dinner menus are fun to try at home.
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  • The stodgy steering also does little to inspire the driver's confidence.
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  • How on earth do you make stodgy rice, and why would you want to when it 's easier not to?
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  • This banqueting table already creaks under the weight of such stodgy signature dishes as Iraq, personal avarice and fiscal dishonesty.
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  • To the very stodgy members of the Royal Academy, Stavans 's work only serves to desecrate pure Spanish.
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  • The teriyaki chicken was good if a bit hefty and the vegetable gyoza (dumplings) were stodgy and lacking in flavor.
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  • Amoy straight to Wok noodles come out stodgy and tasteless, super noodles - well let's not go there.
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  • Besides, those old words may sound pretty stodgy and formal to modern ears, and a modern wedding can handle more informal wedding vows.
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  • Gone too are the days when a dress for a full-figured bride would be stodgy and conservative.
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  • Just because a former revolutionary is getting older doesn't mean his wardrobe, or any other part of him, has to get stodgy.
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  • These products are not for stodgy salon groupies whose stifled creativity leaves them dependent on professionals.
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  • A bun is the most classic updo style, but it doesn't have to look stodgy or dull.
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  • So you're not quite stodgy enough for the signature line, but the simple color scheme of the traditional Soho leather leaves you uninspired?
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  • Capricorns are grounded in reality, but definitely not stodgy.
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