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Example Sentences for "stone"

He walked slowly over the stones on the beach in his bare feetHe was injured when another child threw a snowball with a stone in it at him, and hit him in the head.

He walked slowly over the stones on the beach in his bare feet.

Demonstrators began to throw stones and bricks at the police.

He lived in an old house with a stone floor.

Oscar was horrified to see that the young boys had stoned his neighbor's cat to death.

We walked down the stony path to the beach.

There were a number of people at the party who were obviously quite stoned.

Einstein once said: I don't know with what weapons World War Three will be fought, but World War Four will be fought with sticks and stones.

There is a Bulgarian proverb which states that a word about to be spoken is like a stone that is ready to be thrown.

There is a Korean proverb which notes that if you kick a stone in anger, you'll hurt your own foot.

On the stone temples of Madura in southern India, there are more than 30 million carved images of gods and goddesses.

The people of Easter Island carved approximately 600 stone figures, some as high as 12 meters.

In some countries, people may be stoned for committing adultery.

After smoking dope all afternoon, Zeke was so stoned he couldn't see straight.

In August of 2002, it was reported in the news that a Nigerian woman was sentenced to death by stoning for having a child outside of marriage.

Find someone who has thrown a flat stone across the water to watch it skip.


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