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tugging

tugging Sentence Examples

  • She woke to bright sunlight shining through her window and jumped from the bed, tugging on a pair of shorts and a blouse.

  • He stopped, tugging her hand urgently as he turned toward the door.

  • Tugging on her socks and sneakers, she made the bed and left the room.

  • "And talk," he interrupted, tugging her away from the door.

  • Pulling on his half-dry socks and tugging into his boots, he picked up his shirt and left the area.

  • "You're too weak to fight him," she said, a smile tugging up the corner of her mouth.

  • When he returned, he pulled a chair from the wall nearer her and dipped one cloth in water, tugging her arm away from her.

  • His solid frame and heat were creeping into her senses, tugging at her resolve to resist.

  • Tugging at her ability to reason.

  • Selyn started away, tugging at him to follow.

  • "Well then," she said, tugging his hand as she turned toward the bedroom.

  • The woman said, tugging her into the convent.

  • The kid was crying and began tugging on her coat.

  • Sasha stepped back, a smile tugging up one side of his mouth.

  • Effie paused, tugging her quilt higher.

  • "Come on girl," she said, tugging on the collar.

  • She dressed hurriedly and was tugging on her boots when Katie returned.

  • She jerked jeans over her nightgown and waited until she reached the front door before tugging on her boots.

  • She raced down the hall tugging her boots on, hopping first on one foot and then on the other.

  • He loosened the knives at his hip and thighs before drawing on the protective gloves and tugging the protective hood and face combo over his head.

  • Wrapping the rope around the saddle horn, he nudged Ed into motion, tugging the fallen tree downstream.

  • She smiled and took his hand tugging him toward their room.

  • After a full minute of tugging and grunting she managed to dislodge the ax from the wood.

  • She was tugging at the necklace.

  • The English were tugging at the with chain and Elizabeth had to follow; her efforts through- SPain.

  • She woke to bright sunlight shining through her window and jumped from the bed, tugging on a pair of shorts and a blouse.

  • He stopped, tugging her hand urgently as he turned toward the door.

  • Tugging on her socks and sneakers, she made the bed and left the room.

  • "And talk," he interrupted, tugging her away from the door.

  • Pulling on his half-dry socks and tugging into his boots, he picked up his shirt and left the area.

  • "You're too weak to fight him," she said, a smile tugging up the corner of her mouth.

  • Yully left him in the cottage, tugging the door closed behind her.

  • When he returned, he pulled a chair from the wall nearer her and dipped one cloth in water, tugging her arm away from her.

  • His solid frame and heat were creeping into her senses, tugging at her resolve to resist.

  • Tugging at her ability to reason.

  • Selyn started away, tugging at him to follow.

  • "Well then," she said, tugging his hand as she turned toward the bedroom.

  • The woman said, tugging her into the convent.

  • The kid was crying and began tugging on her coat.

  • Sasha stepped back, a smile tugging up one side of his mouth.

  • Effie paused, tugging her quilt higher.

  • "Come on girl," she said, tugging on the collar.

  • She dressed hurriedly and was tugging on her boots when Katie returned.

  • She jerked jeans over her nightgown and waited until she reached the front door before tugging on her boots.

  • She raced down the hall tugging her boots on, hopping first on one foot and then on the other.

  • He loosened the knives at his hip and thighs before drawing on the protective gloves and tugging the protective hood and face combo over his head.

  • Toby reappeared after a few minutes, tugging a reluctant Lakhna with him.  The otherworldly creature ducked and covered his head from the moon and crowded Toby as they crossed the courtyard.  Rhyn pointed to Kiki, and Lakhna cringed.  Rhyn was about to demand to know where Katie was when he heard her agitated voice.

  • Wrapping the rope around the saddle horn, he nudged Ed into motion, tugging the fallen tree downstream.

  • She smiled and took his hand tugging him toward their room.

  • After a full minute of tugging and grunting she managed to dislodge the ax from the wood.

  • She was tugging at the necklace.

  • She crossed a disused railroad line tugging her cream-coloured, baby alpaca coat about her ankles.

  • I hated the naked commercialism and tried to resist the tugging pull on my wallet.

  • You can then make the fly taut by tugging on adjustable webbing buckles around the side.

  • The English were tugging at the with chain and Elizabeth had to follow; her efforts through- SPain.

  • I'll lie down at once, said Natasha, and began hurriedly undressing, tugging at the tapes of her petticoat.

  • You can then make the fly taut by tugging on adjustable webbing buckles around the side.

  • It's safer for baby (no tugging on little arms and fewer falls) and kinder to parents' backs (no more bending over!).

  • Create a "rose bud" by gently tugging one end of the rolled up sock so that petals emerge.

  • "Hug of War" is an endearing short poem that presents a heartwarming image of hugging over tugging.

  • Growing weary of my standard eyeliner and lipstick look, I've decided to do a Cover Girl eye shadow review to see if it packs the same makeup punch that eyeliners do, but without all the tugging and pulling.

  • There's not tugging or pulling with this formula.

  • You'll look great, but you won't have to worry about spending the entire day tugging at your outfit.

  • There's no hassle with having clothes custom made and no tugging at sleeves or wishing your jeans were just a little bit longer.

  • First of all they tend to slip which necessitates tugging and pulling to keep things in place.

  • This neurological disorder is known for the uncomfortable and sometimes painful sensations in the legs that cause a burning, tugging or crawling sensation.

  • Some recommend starting as early as seven or eight weeks so when they get to that pulling and tugging age, it won't be an issue.

  • Too many people wear short skirts or skin-tight outfits that they end up just tugging on and adjusting all night long.

  • In other words, treat your hair gently by using the right brushes and combs, minimizing tugging at the hair when it's wet, and try to embrace regular trims.

  • While pain tolerance is certain to vary, it's best to be prepared and expect some tugging, stinging and pulling during the procedure.

  • The butt of the suit will shift slightly, but if the entire swimsuit becomes a wedgie it is not a good fit for you, and you will spend the entire day pulling and tugging at it.

  • Ms. Fox, pulling and tugging at what appears to be either a black shirt or a swim cover up, is literally tearing it away from her body.

  • Without being able to fill the swimsuit's space, you'll be spending your pool side afternoons tugging at the shoulder straps.

  • Tugging and pulling at a swimsuit can cost you precious points (something your teammates may not be very happy about!).

  • If all the tugging and pulling traditional swimsuits seem to entail makes you want to head for the hills, then the skirted look may be a great alternative.

  • Unfortunately, swimwear often causes women a lot of stress, and even when it doesn’t, many find themselves pulling, tugging and adjusting their suits on a constant basis.

  • Stretching the bikini: This one's tricky because you don't want to tear the bikini in any way, but a little gentle tugging never hurt anything.

  • Instead, look for professional dresses that hit at or just above the knee, have an appropriate neckline (one that's accomplished without tugging), and are crease resistant.

  • Cutting System: Braun razors capture longer hairs first before removing shorter hair and stubble, reducing tugging and pulling pains.

  • Keep the time the child is in contact with Santa to a minimum, and discourage them from cuddling with Santa, kissing him, or tugging on his beard.

  • This suitcase is a real traveling treat that features an extendable handle which pulls out of the suitcase's top, a PVC surface, and two wheels for your little girl to utilize when tugging her luggage around.

  • This bag features a polycarbonate reinforced bottom frame, so it's extra sturdy and ready for heavy duty wear and tear, and it features a riveted "grab" handle for easy tugging.

  • Often associated with romantic or family movies, emotional lines are remembered for more than just tugging on the heartstrings: they are also known for the characterization they provide to their characters.

  • It is performed by holding the palm of your right hand facing your chest and grasping it with the left hand, tugging firmly.

  • The designers of this bra have freed women of itchy tags and tugging seams without sacrificing style or comfort.

  • That never works, you're usually just tugging like an idiot, and it slips out of your hand at some point.

  • Hose garters pull on by sliding them over the feet and gently tugging them up.

  • This can translate into a minimum amount of digging, tugging and pulling at the garment.

  • These are not items that just slip on, you have to guide them - often using a fair bit of tugging.

  • Test this by tugging on the bra first horizontally, then vertically.

  • The surprisingly sweet and funny story of Juno won hearts in the movie theaters, and the carefully selected soundtrack had a central role in tugging on those heart strings.

  • But it was the follow-up single, the heart string tugging Don't Take The Girl, that really put McGraw on the map.

  • The show is popular for its tugging of the heart-strings, as all of the families featured have a sad or inspiring story to tell that directly relates to their need for a new home.

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