Sentence Examples


  • A more glorious work in our eyes than if we had gotten the sacking and plunder of Edinburgh.
  • He cut headline taxes and raised public expenditure while sacking civil servants and further increasing stealth taxes.
  • The fourth Crusade in 1204 placed great shame on western Christianity with its wanton sacking of Constantinople.
  • Sacking an employe for bringing the employer into disrepute or for activities outside work is always a difficult case.
  • The education select committee is currently looking at the sacking of the former head of the exams watchdog, the QCA.

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