swallow in a sentence

At least three homes were swallowed by the flames and eight outbuildings.

And it didn’t matter whether athletes swallowed the drink or spat it out.

Election boost Politically, for the EU, this is a bitter pill to swallow.

Then close your eyes and engage in the process of chewing and swallowing.

When she speaks, she doesn’t project so much as swallow her clipped words.

The man swallowed, his voice hoarse, barely audible: “It’s so hard being here.”

Time swallows history and digests it into bits of memory and broken down truth.

Children under three often put objects in their mouths and sometimes swallow them.

Cerebral palsy weakened her throat muscles, making every swallow potentially lethal.

And a few may see it simply as a case of the Earth opening up and swallowing itself.

According to Sobey, health care personnel conducted a test of his ability to swallow.

Ever since we swallowed the Apple, the whole race of stocks seems cursed, Cramer said.

It was so good that I nearly ate the stick, but I found it rather difficult to swallow.

You’ll have to fast overnight, then swallow a super-sweet drink to test your blood sugar.

You know, it being alcoholism, it was tough for people to swallow, but it’s the same thing.

This X-ray image from Radiopaedia.org shows a foreign body swallowed by a 16-month-old boy.

We’d love to hear what Richard Feynman would have had to say about “swallowing the teacher.”

The river has already risen more than 10 feet, swallowing parts of a bridge and nearby trees.

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“The child had fallen into the sea and swallowed a lot of water,” said mayor Vangelis Kottoros.

The interception that killed the Hawks’ hopes was “so hard to swallow,” Stefanie Hoertkorn said.

The Rani capsule is swallowed like a normal pill, but it’s far more advanced than a regular drug.

They’re not the kind to swallow a house, but the uneven roads can happen from one day to the next.