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.
Recent Examples of second wind from the Web
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.
Their platonic relationship gives the movie a timely second wind – Elba and Chastain have fun with Sorkin’s rat-a-tat dialogue, and the knotty story of Bloom’s legal morass packs surprising punch.
The second season of Produce 101 saw Nu’Est’s career get a second wind, while both seasons of the show saw solo and groups acts emerge featuring popular contestants.
The Falcons, the defending NFC champions, outplayed the Lions for the game’s first three quarters yet still found themselves in a bare-knuckle brawl as the final seconds wound down.
Get a second wind and dive into a long-term project as the sun goes down.
McElwain’s Gators did discover a second wind just in the nick of time.
In the 1990s, the idealists of the rock underground went mainstream, and sellout got a second wind.
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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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