Sentence Examples

  • We must now return to the date of ~, Hildebrands elevation to the papacy in 1073, whet ~ he chose the memorable name of Gregory VII.
  • Leaf-tissue, young stems, roots, &c., whet cut or pierced by insects, thorns and so forth.
  • All of which will be enough to whet the appetite of the first game 's cult collective.
  • In order to whet your appetite, some issues are set out below which, it is hoped, will stimulate debate.
  • I hope these examples whet your appetite for delving further into this annual report.

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