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
For example, dove began to replaced dived at the same time that cars became popular, and drive/drove became common parts of English.
In the Bush White House, Bossert dove into the many disciplines that make up what’s now known as homeland security — cybersecurity, counterterrorism and general emergency preparedness.
Each team was penalized in the following plays before Bo Scarbrough dove over the pile for a 1-yard touchdown on fourth down.
Nall wanted the dove statue to represent damaged universal peace.
Designers creating worlds isn’t anything especially new—in the 1930s, Elsa Schiaparelli had her shocking-pink Surrealist salon on the Place Vendôme; in the ’40s, Christian Dior his dove-gray Louis Seize revival townhouse on Avenue Montaigne.
Initially the uber-dove on the committee, his position has shifted more recently.
She's seen such alternatives such as butterfly releases or dove releases, but even those have their critics from biologists or animal welfare groups.
When Luis Valbuena fouled one off at Baltimore's Camden Yards, Pierre dove into an adjoining row, inadvertently knocking Eamon to the side in the process.
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Origin and Etymology of dove
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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