Examples of second wind in a Sentence
The sight of the finish line gave the runners a second wind.
He suddenly got his second wind and was able to complete the project on time.
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But here in Sin City, top-seed Arizona found a second wind, running off three straight to capture the Pac-12 Tournament championship.
Traded to the Pistons, Blake Griffin could find his second wind and experience success in Detroit.
Tonya Harding may be getting a second wind in terms of fame, but this will be forever associated with her Olympic legacy.
With a more appealing 2018 Leaf (above) reaching dealerships this month and an all-electric crossover based on Nissan’s IMx concept (below) from last year’s Tokyo auto show on the way in less than two years, the automaker is finding a second wind.
The Lions got their second wind, continued to attack the boards with abandon and responded with a 13-4 stretch, giving them a 54-49 win in a key Region 6-AAAAAAA game.
Once a ghost town, its city center got a second wind after celebrated Argentine chef Francis Mallmann opened his restaurant-hotel hybrid, El Garzón.
The timing may also be right in giving this already long expansion a second wind.
Leading 46-23 at halftime, the Terps were a bit sluggish in the second half, attributable to playing down to the competition as well as perhaps not getting a second wind after the long break.
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SECOND WIND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of second wind for English Language Learners
: a feeling of new energy that allows you to continue to do something after you had begun to feel tired
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