Sentence Examples

  • The list – a scrolling queue of names that lined his left forearm – was always changing.
  • The queue to get in here is longer than you'd guess.
  • The true derivation is from the French coe, an old form of queue, a tail, from Lat.
  • The first wine, which is termed the vin de te'te, is generally the sweetest and finest, the next (called the milieu) being somewhat drier and the last (vin de queue) being the least valuable.
  • It appears that both red and white wines were produced there in the reign of the Roman emperor, Probus (in the 3rd century A.D.), and according to Victor Rendu the queue of wine was already worth 19 livres in the time of Francis II., and had, in 1694, attained to the value of woo livres.

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