Examples of bloke in a Sentence
a couple of friendly blokes offered to show us the sights of London
Recent Examples of bloke from the Web
But like his previous one-man shows that focused on the Constitution and the history of New York City, Quinn’s current show is much deeper than jokes about the loudest bloke in the bar.
Jauregui is bitten by the fangs of love when one handsome bloke in a spiked jacket brings her whole world to a halt.
Well, the bloke won the BMW Championship on Sunday, and his days of going unnoticed walking through airports, dining in restaurants or shopping in grocery stores could be coming to an end.
An evening spent with these blokes will take you beyond the stars.
Harry Styles has a nice turn as a surly bloke ready to throw a French interloper overboard from a sinking ship—shades of Brexit indeed, though cooler heads prevail and the Frenchman is spared.
Bannon’s a political entrepreneur and a remarkable bloke.
As a late-night host, Mr. Jefferies can appear to be doing nothing much, but there’s a tricky balancing act going on between his ordinary-bloke persona and his sometimes savagely raunchy punch lines.
The film followed two regular blokes, played by Pegg and his frequent counterpart, Nick Frost, trying to run some errands, grab a couple of pints at the pub and save themselves and their friends from a zombie apocalypse.
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Origin and Etymology of bloke
First Known Use: circa 1829See Words from the same year
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