Examples of shrivel in a Sentence
plants shriveling in the heat
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The giant hole in the Earth's protective ozone layer is shrinking and has shriveled to its smallest peak since 1988, NASA scientists said.
Her body is shriveled to 105 pounds, ravaged by cancer.
Kirsty Callander said her Fit Life smoothie-and-snack bar in Gladstone has seen business shrivel since the smelter layoffs.
But one of the contenders for the most off-putting drink was recently sabotaged: someone stole the dried shriveled human toe used to make the famous Sourtoe Cocktail at Dawson City’s Downtown Hotel, reports Paul Tukker at CBC News.
And the region is facing much bigger losses: not just from spoiled wine or shriveled grapes, but from losses of tourism income during what is usually a busy time of the year.
Check the tubers occasionally and discard any that show signs of rot or have shriveled up.
If its neighbors were to shut it off, the region’s economy would shrivel.
Some fruit that remained on the vine at White Rock had apparently shriveled from the heat of wildfires that burned trees and several structures on the property.
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