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use "ghastly" in a sentence

Her "choice sport" was to "glide adown" the Nile River into Egypt and Aethiopia with "tame water-snakes" and "ghastly alligators".

Verschuer's assist Josef Mengele was sent into Auschwitz to complete the twin research, performing ghastly experiments, all documented in clinical reports sent back to
particularly football and gymnastics, use a gesture where the index and pinky finger are straight and parallel to each other, forming a block "U."

Leaving no tip when feeling unsatisfied is not an uncommon gesture, and it's interpreted as such.

The purpose of the conspiracy came to be seen by some of them as saving the honour of themselves, their families, the Army and Germany through a grand, if futile, gesture, rather than actually altering the course of history.

The Entry began as a gesture of loyalty and fealty by a city to the ruler, and the first visit by a new ruler was normally the occasion.

Fox is described by Ellwood as "graceful in countenance, manly in personage, grave in gesture, courteous in conversation".

Dictator" (or Mr. Commissioner etc. etc.) While tattling, the tattling player must surround any quotation or wording or gesture using the words "quote," and "unquote."

It cited a submission that suggested the political climate of 1975 was such that the board felt it was necessary to perform a gesture of goodwill designed to create a more favourable environment within which a monetary settlement could be negotiated.

The gesture later costs Peterson his life.

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