English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "grasp"

The monkey had a firm grasp on the branch, and would not let goThe baby grasped my thumb in her hands, and pulled it towards her mouth.

The monkey had a firm grasp on the branch, and would not let go.

Marion was a greedy, grasping woman who had obviously married for money.

Victory is finally within our grasp now that the enemy has been chased from the capital.

Henri has a fairly good grasp of English.

The government doesn't seem to grasp the importance of helping the public to understand the reason behind the new legislation.

After taking a year-long computer course, Dave had a good grasp of computer programming.

There is a Chinese proverb which observes that too often we waste time chasing a gust of wind or grasping at shadows.

The old woman grasped my hand in hers, and pulled me towards her house.

Jack has never succeeded in truly grasping the importance of showing respect for his employees.

The young boy grasped the girl by the hand and pulled her out onto the dance floor.

He has been having difficulty grasping some of the concepts we are studying in our math class and needs extra help.

The fire fighter grasped the young man by the arm and pulled him from the burning house.

Colin Wilson once stated that the mind has exactly the same power as the hands; not merely to grasp the world, but to change it.

Our earth functions as a dynamic system on a scale which many may find difficult to grasp.


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