Examples of brink in a Sentence
was at the brink of death when the rescuers arrived
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Less than a week before United announced the signing, the Belgian was thought to be rejoining former club Chelsea, while Alvaro Morata was on the brink of making the move to United.
Gareth Southgate and England have transformed from a team discarded by most, to being on the brink of one of the most unlikely of World Cup victories ever.
In the late 1800s and early 1900s, several whale species were on the brink of extinction.
Today, on the brink of having her child, Cardi B released a new song.
The rock band, formed about five years prior, was on the brink of peak commercial success.
Colombia was on the brink of elimination moments from the end of regulation before Yerry Mina's header in the third minute of stoppage time equalized at 1-1.
Despite being down 6-0 and on the brink of elimination, the goal’s significance was clear: A celebration years in the making!
Depicting the United States as teetering on the brink of borderlessness obscures all this to our detriment.
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- But everything else was … on the brink of burning …
- —Natalie Babbitt, Tuck Everlasting
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