Examples of lane in a Sentence
The truck's driver kept changing lanes.
She moved to the outside lane.
Recent Examples of lane from the Web
Midway through the first half of Missouri’s 75-69 win over Mississippi on Tuesday, Jontay Porter flashed into the lane, caught the basketball, had a clear path for a dunk and … floated the ball high in the air with his left hand.
In this sequence during the second half of a win over George Washington on Dec. 16, Walker uses a ball screen to knife into the lane, evade the defender that steps up to contest with an up-and-under move and toss in a one-handed layup.
The Rockets' defense on the ball and in sending help when James got into the lane was outstanding, as James went 2 of 6 in the first half, scoring six points.
Gary Provenzano, 23, of the 500 block of Warren Court, Wood Dale, was charged with driving under the influence of drugs, improper lane use and failing to have his driver's license with him at 6:18 p.m. Jan. 28 at Lake Street and Grand Avenue.
Police report the driver of a Toyota Echo was traveling westbound on Route 120 when the car crossed the centerline into the eastbound lane, where it was struck by an eastbound Honda CRV.
Later, Brown swerved into the oncoming lane and hit a vehicle head-on, authorities said.
Mario Hezonja drove into the lane early in the second quarter, threw down an emphatic right-handed dunk over Myles Turner as Turner fouled him.
The vehicle crossed over into the southbound lane of traffic and was struck by a Pace bus that was traveling south.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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