Examples of usefulness in a Sentence
the well-known usefulness of thick phone books as seat boosters for short diners
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These louche proportions disguise an unexpected usefulness: 23.3 cubic feet of cargo room and a spacious rear cabin.
Although utility would have provided the usual motivation for keeping a dog in the Paleolithic, that usefulness would have stemmed from the ties of affection.
McNair realizes that none of these attitudes and attributes have much usefulness if the leader cannot lead.
Much of Cobb's column focuses on the use of the epithet, its history and its usefulness in shocking people and spreading hate.
BuzzFeed complained after the shooting that Twitter was losing its usefulness as a source of credible news, counting 25 different people who hoaxers falsely claimed were the shooter, including a BuzzFeed journalist who was debunking the hoaxes.
But as the league’s earning power has grown, the rule’s usefulness has changed.
But those studies could not determine whether the usefulness of grunting was confined only to tennis or how the ballistic squawks were affecting onlookers and opponents.
And the improvements Harvey describes would help the overall platform, not just its usefulness during tragedies.
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