Examples of pincher in a Sentence
the pincher of the stolen electronics was caught by the police trying to sell them
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Auto engineers are penny pinchers, keeping a tight lid on expenses to protect the industry’s relatively slim margins.
Kevin Durant already took a substantial discount last summer, one or more of his star teammates could theoretically follow suit, and the Warriors’ owners aren’t exactly penny-pinchers.
Johnson warned his protégé about the Clippers’ Doberman pincher, comparing him to Defensive Player of the Year Draymond Green.
Hamanaka II snuggles between a mountain and Funadomari Bay, a basin formed by outcrops that reach out to sea like scorpion pinchers.
Lucky for us penny pinchers, South Florida is grocery store heaven.
Long known as aging penny pinchers, Japanese shoppers in recent months have decided to spend.
But penny pinchers would be wise to dine elsewhere and visit the restaurant specifically for its marvelous cheese offering, which is available on its own at a cost of $34 for four selections and $45 for six.
The kits sport clumsy, oddly curved, and painfully jagged instruments, including dull saws and indelicate pinchers.
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