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use "swell" in a sentence

I was too young to know the ways of love; and now as the nights swell and merge into each other, I play host to that unkind guest - separation.

One side of the face, hand, or arm may swell up.

This causes the cells to swell so that the chromosomes will spread
the rock for hours.

In the Eureka Oath from peter Lalor 's famous speech in 1854 under the flag he proclaimed: we swear by the Southern Cross to stand truely by each other and fight to defend our rights and liberties.

Studies have shown that they will sometimes do this by using phrases such as "I swear to God", "I swear on my mother's grave", "Honest to God", and "Honestly", as well as several other phrases.

Lily finishes her letter and makes Marshall swear not to read it until she is dead.

when the money was expended, Fuller turned on his partner and went to Los Angeles to swear that the improvement work required by mining law had not been completed.

He reveals the secret wedding and agrees to teach the oaf the art of jesting if wilfred will publicly swear that wilfred shot Fairfax dead as he swam across the river to escape.

And they all answered him and said: 'Let us all swear an oath, and all bind ourselves by mutual imprecations not to abandon this plan but to do this thing.' So all the arguments that he must be able to swear on the book he holds sacred are moot.

Berad Airechta, the law tract which deals most with sureties, offers formulaic speeches which the contractors may have said in order to appoint sureties and to make the sureties swear to perform their duties properly.

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