Examples of swatch in a Sentence
She looked at fabric swatches to select material for the drapes.
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Kylie fans will already be very familiar with her Kylie Cosmetics previews, which always include her signature row of arm swatches.
To drastically cut down your risk of picking up anything nasty, don't even think about putting a tester on your face — always use your hand or wrist to swatch.
To test their color and odor naming abilities, the researchers asked members of each group to identify colors on swatches and odors trapped inside pens.
Lake County Commissioners have agreed to pay the New Chicago Volunteer Fire Department $50,780 to continue servicing a small swatch of unincorporated Hobart Township including Viking Village on the county's behalf.
Tamar was preoccupied with the tiniest swatches of the body: the right inner elbow; the skin of the forehead; the left thumbnail, areas that, for all my training, had never crossed my mind.
Daughters of Simone and Grace Loves Lace offer the option to order a swatch of fabric from the dress to see the color and quality in person.
Just as Quammen’s 36 swatches of fabric don’t add up to a full carpet, fragmented forests are less conducive to life than their total area might suggest.
Again, the black model's swatches didn't match up to the other photos, although the reason why this had happened continued to baffle social media — and the reactions weren't positive.
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