combination || in a sentence

Her kimono and obi combination is smart, isn’t it?

Find someone who has had combat training.

A combination of parties formed the new government.

OK, this next! The combination of this and this might be way sexy!
Find someone who has forgotten the combination to a lock.

Most people tend to study foreign languages for a combination of reasons.

The color combination with the strongest visual impact is black on yellow.

The furniture displayed a wonderful combination of elegance and practicality.

Psychologists describe romantic love as a combination of intimacy and passion.

Shanahan and Yzerman have proved to be a lethal combination for the Detroit team.

Nordic Combined is held as a combination of two events, skijump and crosscountry ski.

His music is a fascinating combination of African rhythms and American jazz melodies.

I forgot the combination for my lock, and now I can’t get my clothes out of my locker.

There is a Dutch proverb which states that skill and assurance make an invincible combination.

Plato believed that all motions in the heavens were made up of combinations of circular motion.

Plant growth and productivity react sharply to a complex combination of temperature and moisture.

The Norwegian economy features a combination of free market activity and government intervention.

Nelson Mandela once said stated that a good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.

Maya Angelou once said that the quality of strength, lined with tenderness, is an unbeatable combination.

In Belize, there is an alcoholic drink known as “local dynamite,” which is a combination of rum and coconut.

It wasn’t any one thing which started the argument, it was more a combination of disagreements over the last few days.

A combination of federal, state and local taxes accounts for almost 43% of the cost of every bottle of beer sold in the United States.

The African nation of Lesotho has been described as an often-surprising combination of rapidly developing modernity, and ancient culture.

A combination of federal, state, and local taxes accounts for almost 43 percent of the cost of every bottle of beer sold in the United States.

Milan Kundera once suggested that the serial number of a human specimen is the face, that accidental and unrepeatable combination of features.