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The children plugged their ears with their fingers while the airplane was taking offThere was a small hole in our boat which we plugged with a towel.

The children plugged their ears with their fingers while the airplane was taking off.

I have a bad cold. My head is aching, my nose is plugged, and I have a sore throat.

When my daughter was a baby, she didn't want us to pull the plug when she was in the bath because she was afraid she would go down the drain with the water.

We can't put a lamp in the hallway because there is no outlet to plug it in.

The sink is plugged with hair and soap and stuff, and the water won't drain.

Please make sure you unplug the toaster before trying to get a piece of toast out if it gets stuck.

The children screamed and plugged their ears as the jet plane took off.

Don't pour that old salad oil down the drain, it'll plug it up.

If you chew gum on the airplane, it'll help to keep your ears from getting plugged from the change in air pressure.

I couldn't figure out why the lamp wouldn't work but it was because it had come unplugged.

There is a power bar under the desk with six plugs in it so you can use the computer, the printer, the lamp, and everything, all at once.

Don't plug the toaster and the iron into the same outlet or you'll blow a fuse.

Comedian Henny Youngman once said, I wanted to do something nice, so I bought my mother-in-law a chair. Now they won't let me plug it in.

We'd better plug those holes in the tent if we don't want the mosquitoes to get in.

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