Sentence Examples

  • The two often go hand-in-hand, but look at the Olympic lifters hoisting weights that much larger, oiled-up bodybuilders can't even budge, and you'll see there are other factors in play as well.
  • Origami and Kirigami: Origami and Kirigami go hand-in-hand, and this book, written by Florence Temko, called Origami and Kirigami: 75 Fun-to-Do Projects is a definite resource to have.
  • Many sporting goods stores and on-site rental locations will work with you hand-in-hand to find the right snowboard for you, based on features such as your height and skill level.
  • While satin and leopard print seem to go hand-in-hand, if you don't want to wear pajamas that may find you sliding all over your bed, you can't go wrong with cotton or fleece.
  • Kate Hudson: In one of Lance Armstrong's most highly publicized relationships since Sheryl Crow, he and actress Kate Hudson were seen hand-in-hand on more than one occasion.