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 the second half break seemed to give the 'Vatreni' a second wind that lasted long enough for Mario Manduzkic to score a historic second goal in extra time and send Croatia into uncharted waters.
The human shape moaned again, and that was enough to give Bo his second wind.
Weeks after the historic walkout, the second wind of the unorthodox #RedForEd activism movement is taking shape in lower-profile, more political ways that educators and their supporters say illustrate the teacher revolt’s lasting influence.
In a phone call from Los Angeles, Ms. Union, 45 and married to the N.B.A. star Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat, talked about getting her second wind in Hollywood, surviving rape, and critics of Bill Cosby’s accusers.
But Slinky is getting a second wind, one that send riders through a series of hoops and then back through back-to-back-to-back humpback maneuvers.
Bush exited the race altogether, rejected by a state that had given his brother, George W. Bush, a second wind in 2000.
Bayern then found their second wind, with Alaba and Franck Ribery causing constant problems for Modric and Lucas Vasquez.
In Atlanta, after our conversation at Wondaland, Monáe seemed to get a second wind.
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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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