Examples of sheathe in a Sentence
sometimes shipbuilders sheathe a ship's bottom with copper for extra protection from barnacles and other threats
Recent Examples of sheathe from the Web
Pita sheathing a supple yellow omelet, laced with salt and crunchy za’atar and adorned with a stalk of raw scallion.
Now each bench is outfitted with two or three tablets depending on the rink, as is the scorekeepers' bench, prepared for any officials' review, sheathed in protective cases and stored against the glass for live video review.
Now, after a year’s work of reinvention, the park is visible immediately upon entering the apartment, as is a column that looks like a polished jewel, sheathed in a mirror that reflects the natural light.
Decker said, gazing at her daughter, sheathed in the red floor-length gown and donning Decker’s blue and brown cowgirl boots.
Skin — often sheathed in hammered tin — is another.
With Ridley in charge, the bayonet is sheathed, the olive branch extended.
Four years later, the building gleams, freshly sheathed in gray metal siding.
And the glowing transom over the office entrance was sheathed in marble.
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SHEATHE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sheathe for English Language Learners
: to put (something, such as a sword) into a sheath
: to cover (something) with something that protects it
SHEATHE Defined for Kids
Definition of sheathe for Students
- Sheathe your sword.
- The ship's bottom is sheathed with copper.
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