How to use Swathes in a sentence

swathes
  • About to take over whole swathes of fragile humanity.

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  • Across swathes of domestic policy, the mutual animosity has been the ally of stasis.

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  • However some species have adapted, like the invasive bracken which has taken over large swathes of dry heath land in Cornwall.

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  • A tale of utter devastation which whole swathes of the countryside may never recover from.

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  • Yesterday, it blacked out huge swathes of the north eastern US to distract us from the evidence below.

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  • Georgian and Victorian London was devastated in WWII - huge swathes of the center and the East End were totally flattened.

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  • Compared with coral reefs, vast swathes of the ocean appeared to be devoid of life.

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  • Firstly, you can plow into them single-handedly, destroying vast swathes of them in a single sweep of your overpowered sword.

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  • She wrote that New Labor had lost vast swathes of support from those who put them in office.

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  • Winter storms can remove great swathes of sand right down to the underlying rock.

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  • Germany demanded huge swathes of Russia in return for halting its advance.

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  • You're not allowed to reserve large swathes of seats.

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  • Occasionally we saw wide swathes of crushed forest where elephants had passed through, leaving giant piles of dung.

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  • Meanwhile the Marcher lords held great swathes of territory on the borders with Wales.

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  • Scotland has some of our richest swathes of forest.

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  • You 're not allowed to reserve large swathes of seats.

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  • In truth, the original English garden style used greater swathes of lawn and naturally occurring features such as boulders and ponds around which trees and shrubs were planted.

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  • The wine leaves broad swathes of legs as you swirl and swirl again.

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  • The settlers are trying to displace the locals from whole swathes of land, and the author blames their failure on a universal apostasy.

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