English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "stir"

You'd better stir your coffee; I put some honey in it, and it all sank to the bottomLet the soup simmer for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.

You'd better stir your coffee; I put some honey in it, and it all sank to the bottom.

Be sure you stir the sauce regularly so that it doesn't burn.

The old woman softly shook her sleeping husband by the shoulder, but he didn't stir.

You'd better stir your tea; I just put some sugar and cream in it.

The little children slept in their beds without stirring while their parents wrapped their Christmas presents for the next morning.

The wind softly stirred the trees.

Victor Hugo once said, Dream no small dreams. They have no power to stir the souls of men.

Don't stir the rice too much while it is cooking or it will get all stuck together into a big blob.

Whenever she goes anywhere, she always stirs up trouble.

I didn't stir my tea enough and all the sugar just sat in the bottom of the cup.

She worked quite late last night so she didn't stir from her room until noon.

Winston Churchill's fierce determination, and stirring speeches were legendary during World War Two.

Some kind of animal was stirring under the leaves.

The old poem goes, 'Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.


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