How to use Thin-air in a sentence

thin-air
  • Her father had disappeared into thin air with the body of the man he called Jule.

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  • He didn't appear out of thin air to stop her, and she made it from the mansion to the Tucson airport's arrivals drop-off area, where she stopped in front of the Delta curbside check-in sign and handed Jake the keys.

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  • We have all seen over the years aid pouring into Africa, only to vanish into thin air.

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  • The suicide bombers did not come out of thin air.

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  • It was Jay King who with an outrageous dummy left the Shelford fullback Astin grabbing for thin air as he went in unopposed.

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  • Once again, words divide what is actually indivisible, creating apparent conundrums out of thin air.

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  • Yakubu then jinked into space before falling over his own feet and kicking thin air.

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  • Do the stereotypes of the absent-minded professor or the'mad ' scientist come out of thin air?

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  • Take 2, as I picked the bottle up it broke at the neck and I attacked the german trooper with thin air!

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  • Take 2, as I picked the bottle up it broke at the neck and I attacked the German trooper with thin air !

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  • My old, old dream of bliss vanished into thin air !

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  • On the other hand, Sugar Violet disappeared into thin air within an hour of application - without any help in the form of drinking or eating.

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  • The washer and dryer is a Bermuda Triangle for guitar picks as well, and sometimes picks just seem to vanish into thin air!

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  • However, they simply vanish into thin air.

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  • Although critics tend to say this about any paranormal investigation show, even fans of Most Haunted believe that Fielding jumps at every sound, and seems frightened of thin air.

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  • Each type of visitation ended with the man offering her a ride home, but the woman vanished into thin air whenever they neared the gates of the cemetery.

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  • Sometimes it can be difficult to come up with an idea from thin air.

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