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Example Sentences for "lid"


He rubbed the lids of his tired eyesI can't get the lid off the peanut butter jar; someone put it on too tight.

He rubbed the lids of his tired eyes.

She slowly lifted the lid from the box and looked inside.

You can remove a tight jar lid if you put an elastic band around it before trying to open it.

Don't leave the lid off the jam jar; I don't want any bugs getting in there.

We have all these plastic lunch containers in the cupboards, but we don't seem to have any lids to fit them.

Take the lid off the pot once the soup begins to boil.

She gazed at her husband from under half-closed lids.

Demonstrators used garbage can lids to protect themselves from the policemen's batons.

At funerals in ancient China, when the lid of the coffin was closed, mourners took a few steps backward to keep their shadows from getting caught in the box.

Take the lid off the plastic container before you put it in the microwave.

You should either take the lid off the pot or turn the heat down; otherwise, it'll boil over.

I can't get the lid off the honey jar, it's stuck.

A Guadeloupe proverb notes that the lid knows what is in the pot.

A Yiddish proverb suggests that every pot will find its lid.

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