Examples of dove in a Sentence
The President sided with the doves and worked to avoid war.
the doves were in favor of using the surplus to improve the nation's schools and not its weapons systems
Recent Examples of dove from the Web
While the purge of libertarian doves like Flynn and Rothbard was dubious, Buckley’s National Review was widely and rightly praised for helping to marginalize anti-Semites.
And once the babies' health stabilized and the DeMayos brought them home, the Cleggs dove right in to help.
And once the babies’ health stabilized and the DeMayos brought them home, the Cleggs dove right in to help.
This may make liberal doves uncomfortable, but the blunt reality is that in some places the most important humanitarians are the peacekeepers carrying weapons.
The urn tiles come in a range of religious icons such as the Celtic Cross, Russian Orthodox Crucifix, Alpha Omega and icons like suns, the moon, angels, the dove of peace and abstract styles.
Sitting just steps from the turnstiles, a stark contrast to his usual place on stage at the Kimmel Center, the Philadelphia Orchestra cellist dove into Bach’s Cello Suite No. 6 in D major.
And shades of purple that would make Prince’s doves cry.
Extra bases: Headley, playing in his first game of the spring, dove to his left to spear a hard grounder in the hole and throw out Ronald Guzman in the fourth.
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DOVE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dove for English Language Learners
: a small wild bird that is related to pigeons
: a person who does not want war and does want peace
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