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Example Sentences for "ready"

After a few simple adjustments to the engine, the car was ready to go.

The painting was hanging at an angle and looked about ready to fall.

When the police arrived on the scene, the telephone pole which had been hit by the truck was leaning at a forty-five degree angle and looked ready to fall over.

We worked up quite an appetite moving furniture all day, so by the time supper arrived we were ready for a big meal.

The whiskey is aged in oak barrels for a number of years before it is bottled and made ready for sale.

George Orwell wrote that people sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.

We heard the boom of thunder just as we were getting ready to leave for our picnic.

Sales of little American flags have been brisk as people get ready for this evening's Independence Day festivities.

The soup is bubbling, I think it's ready to eat.

Can you plug in the battery charger so the batteries are ready for tomorrow? The chief clues which living things use to show that they are ready to engage in reproductive activity involve sight, smell and sound.

She had to get all her stuff ready before the commencement of her course.

Children are not ready to understand abstract concepts of volume until a certain age.

When giving a presentation, have a special, alternate conclusion ready to use in case you run out of time.

Students are expected to be ready to discuss the book's contents in our next class.

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