Sentence Examples


  • At first he thought she would accept the idea if he gave her the time.
  • He had little doubt that once they knew, they would be every bit as willing to leave it behind as well.
  • Yet there was that tiny shred - the chance that they would like the lifestyle.
  • The lifestyle would be culture shock enough, but there were so many other things... family squabbles, gender commitments... things he had been foolish enough to believe he could escape so many miles away and in such a different lifestyle.
  • When he told her that surrogacy would give them the opportunity to time things so she could breast feed, her expression confirmed his observation.

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