English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "staple"

I cut my finger on a staple during the test, and got blood all over the paperPlease staple your test sheet to your essay paper before handing it in.

I cut my finger on a staple during the test, and got blood all over the paper.

Rice is the most important staple in the diet of many Asian countries.

Food is difficult to come by, and people have to line up for hours to buy staples such as bread and meat.

Violence and sex have become staples of prime time television in our society.

Fish is a staple of the Japanese diet.

We need a stapler, and a three-hole punch for the office.

In the late 1600s, Ireland recognized the food value of potatoes, and became the first country in Europe to plant potatoes as a staple food crop.

If you are going to hand your homework in late, you really should staple a five-dollar bill to it.

The stapler is empty so you'll have to use a paperclip to attach your answer sheet to your test paper.

There is a severe shortage of food in the country, and even the most basic staples are hard to come by, and are extremely expensive.

Soy is an important staple in Asian diets.

Yogurt is a staple of the Bulgarian diet.

Rice is not just a staple food of Indonesia, but is also considered symbolic of life itself.

Some extremely fat people have to have their stomachs stapled in order to lose weight.


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