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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The decision is coming hours before temporary exemptions were due to elapse at 12:01 a.m. in Washington on Friday.
Green was asked to make the switch halfway through training camp, after an entire offseason had elapsed and the time for teaching had passed.
So Ayrault calmly dribbled toward the key, waited for more time to elapse and became aggressive again by driving hard to the basket, ultimately being fouled hard to the floor with 4.1 seconds remaining.
The old contract was set to elapse in September of this year.
Nearly eight months elapsed before Powell’s successor was confirmed.
Between four and 14 days may elapse between the infection and a patient's first symptoms.
By the time Dickens hopped on the phone with THR to discuss her exit from Fear, little more than twelve hours had elapsed since Madison's death became public knowledge.
Two minutes and 46 seconds elapsed between the time Elifritz entered the shelter and ran toward police and was shot.
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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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