Examples of elapse in a Sentence
in those coin-operated binoculars at scenic areas your viewing time seems to elapse almost before it has begun
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More than two weeks have elapsed since their landlord ordered them to leave their house in the Union-Miles neighborhood for failing to pay the rent on time.
The judges argued too much time elapsed between James Ryan's actions on the Long Island Expressway and the death of Officer Joseph Olivieri.
For the first time in the year that has elapsed since Mueller's appointment, the Russia investigation is not a vague, obnoxious thorn in the side of the Trump presidency.
Although more than a century has elapsed since the last smallpox epidemic in Boston, wary state officials consulted specialists to make sure that handling the bones of smallpox victims does not pose a risk.
With that said, some cheeses fare better than others with quality after those four hours elapse.
Ten months elapsed between the two trials, but Cosby returned to court in a very different climate.
That tied the score at 56 and the Pacers didn't make their first field goal of the second half until four minutes had elapsed.
That’s right—a yellow card for time wasting before a half-hour had elapsed.
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bite the dust;
ELAPSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of elapse for English Language Learners
of time : to pass by
ELAPSE Defined for Kids
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