Examples of outstretch in a Sentence
the dog had outstretched his legs and was lying across the width of the doorway
having outstretched our lunch break beyond all reason, we reluctantly headed back to work
Recent Examples of outstretch from the Web
Nicole Lilienthal was the master female champion (22:25), who outstretched May Pini (22:26) at the finish line.
Brooks frequently outstretched his arms, removed his cowboy hat and shook his head in disbelief at the crowd's energy.
In the final straightaway, Diggins chased down Stina Nilsson of Sweden and outstretched her at the finish to win by 19-hundredths of a second.
Buy Photo Michele Refford walked up and down the three blocks of demonstrators Tuesday morning, her cell phone outstretched.
His video shows the shark come out from under a peer and swim straight at his wife, who has one arm outstretched in front of her.
Then the justice would hold his hand up with all five fingers outstretched, indicating that five votes on the Supreme Court were what really changed the Constitution.
There Lenin seems less like a fiery leader than a grumpy retiree, his arm outstretched as if trying to call back a bus that sped past him.
Sassy was content to sit at David's side, but also loves to play and enjoyed rolling on her back, outstretching her legs and waving her paws as if wanting to give David a hug.
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