inches || in a sentence

Her waist measures inches.

The ice is two inches thick.

I measured the board in inches.

He is two inches taller than I am.

He’s three inches taller than I am.

The wearer knows best where the shoe pinches.

The manual they asked him to read was two inches thick.

The ” symbol is often used to denote a measurement of inches.

Brent has gained almost 4 inches since the last time I measured him.

Over 15 inches of snow fell in the blizzard which hit the town yesterday.

The coastline of the Atlantic Ocean sinks about four inches every 100 years.

The coastline of the Atlantic Ocean sinks about four inches every 100 years.

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An Irish proverb remarks that the wearer best knows where the shoe pinches.

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He made a superb shot, over the sand, and right onto the green within inches of the hole.

Although only nine inches tall, the roadrunner, a type of bird, can keep pace with a human sprinter.

Most octopus reach only 10 to 20 inches in length with tentacles extended, and weigh only about 5 pounds.

During a severe windstorm or rainstorm, the Empire State Building may sway several inches to either side.

The Statue of Liberty’s index finger is 8 feet long, and it displays a fingernail measuring 13 by 10 inches.

The giraffe’s heart is huge, it weighs over 20 pounds, is almost 2 feet long, and has walls up to four inches thick.

During the Renaissance, it was fashionable for Italian women to shave their hair several inches back from their natural hairlines.