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use "fathom" in a sentence

Therefore, each guardian Beast has its own will and possesses a mysterious power which even the Zyurangers cannot fathom.

Which is hard to fathom these days! While Michael seems largely apathetic and yielding to others, the loss of fathom bothers him much more deeply
barely survived a number of misfortunes and ill-fated ventures, to eventually emerge as the principal steamship link to the growing resource industries of the central and north coast of the province.

Dum pleads with her to leave him alone, reasoning that they are from different social classes and are fated to never be together.

With the rest of the division, it was withdrawn to Egypt in January 1916 before being dispatched to Mesopotamia as part of the ill-fated attempt to relieve the garrison of Kut.

Steaming to the crash site, Independence and other ships spent two long days retrieving what little remained of the ill-fated jetliner, her crew, and passengers.

From that ill-fated expedition he returned at the beginning of June.

No consensus exists on whether the characters are truly fated to die together or whether the events take place by a series of unlucky chances.

Titanic (1979), in which the Queen Mary doubled for her ill-fated predecessor.

She therefore falls in love with Lap Sung and marries her, but the marriage was extremely ill-fated and ended up with the death of Rebecca, Sharon's miscarriage and loss of memory, and Lap Sung becoming a cripple.

The next Indie Label was the short lived "Leisure Disc" which went in to partnership with the ill-fated Songcore.

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