Examples of orb in a Sentence
The moon was a silvery orb.
out of the countless celestial orbs twirling in space, the planet Earth remains the only one we can call home, so perhaps we should take care of it
Recent Examples of orb from the Web
Chippewa Indians let loose flaming arrows toward the sky, intending to reignite that life-giving orb.
The primary stage focal point is a large looming disk as a glowing backdrop, which set designer Eugenio Caballero describes as an orb symbol of the grandeur of Mexican architecture.
In a study published this month in Applied Physics Letters researchers collected some golden silk orb-weaver spiders (Nephila edulis and N. pilipes, the latter pictured), raised them in the lab, and collected their dragline silk.
But these crunchy-good, breaded orbs are obviously of the pork variety (not made with chicken, like at Basque eateries in the Valley), with a molten béchamel filling pocked with noticeable chunks of smoky ham.
The setting sun was a brilliant orb burning against a muted blue and orange sky.
A squat green orb, it's got exactly one 6,000 BTU burner and looks like a typical camp stove got friendly with a Baby Weber barbecue.
The moon is an uninhabitable orb of rock where, at night, temperatures can drop below minus 200 degrees Celsius, low enough to freeze-weld steel.
That was the thinking for those of us who can remember Neil Armstrong’s first steps on that distant orb.
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Origin and Etymology of orb
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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