Noun : At this stage of his career the sands are running out. From Dictionary.com.
Verb (used with object) : to sand the ends of a board. ,to sand an icy road. ,The mischievous child sanded the sugar. From Dictionary.com.
It just landed with a splonk,embedding itself in the goopy sandlike surface. From Wordnik.com. [Seven Deadly Wonders] Reference
In fact, I see a few remaining promontories, jutting out above the sandlike stuff. From Wordnik.com. [Explorations]
Unlike old-fashioned drills that cut into teeth, the new "" blasters '' use a tiny stream of sandlike particles to blow away decayed tooth enamel. From Wordnik.com. [Blow Your Cavities Away] Reference
It was red and of a sandlike consistency, apparently rich in iron because it had been formed of decomposed basalt, but lacking in other essentials. From Wordnik.com. [Hawaii]
In some babies a diet containing beef juice or other highly nitrogenous food will produce the reddish cloud, or even actual, red, sandlike particles. From Wordnik.com. [The Mother and Her Child] Reference
Despite assurances that an orange, sandlike dust strewn throughout the plant was only a. From Wordnik.com. [legitgov] Reference
The ions form sandlike chemical compounds such as calcium carbonate and magnesium hydroxide. From Wordnik.com. [Japan Probe] Reference
The structures covering the basin have been torn down, and the basin filled first with a layer of grout and then a sandlike layer to give heavy equipment a base to work on during demolition. From Wordnik.com. [Yakima Herald-Republic Weekly News] Reference
His mouth and eyes were almost filled with driving sleet; sometimes a 'cloud of light sandlike drift would almost bury him, as it crossed, or followed, or opposed his path; sometimes he would sink to the middle in. From Wordnik.com. [The Hedge School; The Midnight Mass; The Donagh Traits And Stories Of The Irish Peasantry, The Works of William Carleton, Volume Three] Reference
These Master Memories, he said, filtering through the sandlike generations of our race, survive to-day as those pale attenuated affections which we call in ourselves the Love of Nature; these affections are inherited: new feelings for nature we have none. From Wordnik.com. [Bride of the Mistletoe] Reference
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