Examples of tinfoil in a Sentence
Wrap the leftover food in tinfoil.
Recent Examples of tinfoil from the Web
Multiple Gunmen Perhaps the most enduring conspiracy theory owes its origins not to some crank in a tinfoil hat but rather to the U.S. House of Representatives.
Here’s how: Set your oven to 400 degrees F. Line a large rimmed baking sheet with tinfoil for easy cleanup.
His siblings, Myshell, Antwanetta and Anthony, looked on as their oldest sister, Angel, cut the umbilical cord and the paramedics wrapped their new brother in a tinfoil-looking blanket to keep him warm.
The prospect of Kennedy chairing a committee devoted to dangerous, tinfoil-hat medical theories was another sign that the Obama administration’s judicious approach was about to give way to a new age of ignorant darkness.
The warnings were all over social media, on the news, and spread by word of mouth, urging you to get special eclipse glasses or make a viewing device using a box and some tinfoil.
Fill up a whole grain tortilla, a collard or lettuce leaf, or even a slice of pita with veggies and protein, roll it up, pack it in tinfoil, throw it in your bag, and be on your merry way.
Instead, Lively had her face covered entirely in green slime and her hair wrapped up in tinfoil.
Russian collusion claims are no longer the exclusive province of tinfoil-hat conspiracy theorists.
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First Known Use of tinfoil
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Definition of tinfoil for English Language Learners
: a thin sheet of shiny metal that is used especially for cooking or storing food
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