Examples of swath in a Sentence
An aerial view of the countryside shows wide swathes of green.
He cut a swath through the field with his scythe.
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Hiroshima’s downtown is a garden of modern architecture interspersed with swaths of lovely green parks.
Still, huge swaths of the tree might yet be unexplored.
Trump's comments drew an immediate response from dozens of players who either kneeled or locked arms during a swath of NFL games on Sept. 24.
The speed and skill of the NBA game leaves bigs with almost no room for error; as soon as the ball-handler turns a corner into open space, the rotating big is expected to corral all possibilities across a wide swath of real estate.
San Diego officials want to annex into Mission Trails Regional Park a giant swath of open land called East Elliott, where previous proposals have included large housing subdivisions and a new city dump.
After fleeing London for a trip to Africa—the continent is treated like a monolithic swath of land, shamanistic and full of barbarism—he was thought to be dead.
Breaking ranks to make a play for a broader swath of the electorate is definitely high-risk.
Greg Pence, who once ran the family's now-bankrupt chain of Tobacco Road convenience stores, previously said he had been courted to run for the district, which covers a broad swath of central and southeastern Indiana — including Muncie and Columbus.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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