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
The opening ceremonies, with 2,000 doves (actually pigeons) and eight cannon volleys, was directed by Walt Disney himself, who would also handle the closing ceremonies.
McLean said Crook dove into a creek and tried to swim to the other side but became distressed and went under.
The video is a lesson in over-the-top ‘80s production values, as Tyler waits longingly by the candlelit window of a castle as doves fly through open doors — and that’s just in the first minute.
There are also doves, a country breeze, fresh-baked pies on the windowsill, and a motorcycle.
Insiders deny that the Trump administration is dividing into camps of hawks and doves, with each taking a different view of the utility of talks.
The others inside the game room dove for cover, flinched or turned away after the shot was fired, police reports say.
On his second goal, Ronaldo dove to head the ball into the net, but not without being kicked in the face, opening up a gash above his left eyebrow that left him bloodied on the Santiago Bernabeu grass.
Bellamy dove and missed, but teammate Jonathan Ledbetter joined the pursuit.
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First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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