Examples of brink in a Sentence
was at the brink of death when the rescuers arrived
Recent Examples of brink from the Web
Boston finds itself on the brink of a return to the NBA Finals for a reason.
Lake sturgeon-Michigan’s largest & longest-living fish species, once on the brink of extinction-are making a comeback.
In power since 2009, the prime minister survives despite being beset by corruption allegations and perpetually seeming to be on the brink of collapse.
The company was on the brink of collapse after United States officials punished it last month for breaking American sanctions against countries including Iran and North Korea.
Until the Harvick-Truex duel, youngsters Kyle Larson and Ryan Blaney appeared to be on the brink of their first wins of the season.
Which is: The Warriors are on the brink of history.
Teenager Houssem Aouar raced through with 17 minutes to play, slotting home his sixth goal of the season to put Lyon on the brink of a return to Europe's premier competition.
The problem for him and his successors was that this intense public use coincided with a period of economic decline; by 1975 the city was on the brink of bankruptcy.
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- But everything else was … on the brink of burning …
- —Natalie Babbitt, Tuck Everlasting
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