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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Failing to head continuous warnings Liverpool's weakness on the right-side of defense was exploited with full effect as United's second came in similar vein to their first, with just a quarter of the game elapsed.
The new contract will elapse at the same time that long-time director Robert Spano will take his leave of the orchestra.
More than 20 seconds then elapsed before the fire showed.
But then the Seminoles padded their lead again with less than 5 minutes elapsed in the second half when Mathias Etoh took a cross from John Matos and scored.
Deer Park scored the game's opening seven points, prompting a South Houston time out with less than three minutes elapsed from the clock.
By the time eight minutes had elapsed in the second half, Butler was shooting 1-of-8 with eight turnovers and six fouls.
With 2:05 elapsed in the game, Terry Larrier missed a 3-point shot.
Consider that 38 minutes elapsed before emergency systems sent a second message announcing the mistake.
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bite the dust;
First Known Use of elapse
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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