Did you by any chance mean half?
“He stared at our peanut butter and raspberry jam sandwiches, half- eaten, stacked on paper plates.”
“Whether you wear a half- face helmet or a regular helmet like Mr. Salgardo does, your skin gets really dirty.”
“For the occasion, a half- dozen giant wooden daisies, as well as hundreds of the real ones in vases, adorned a raised tented area to the right of the main stage.”
“The new Express Mail rates would still lower retail prices for half- and one-pound packages as well as commercial packages to local and nearby areas, the Postal Service said.”
“The new express mail box would still lower prices for half- and one-pound packages as well as commercial packages to local and nearby areas, the Postal Service said.”
“My take on the theme features lightly marinated half-“cooked” strips of snapper and is sort of a mini tiradito plate on a skewer—perfect for cocktail parties.”
“The pellucid sky; the round earth; the magical clearing; the circle of seekers seated cross-legged, tailor fashion, or in half- or full lotuses as their joints permitted.”
“The figure of the Unreliable represents the first successful appearance of an elementary Twainian device: the half- or fully fictionalized “Other,” through which the narrator can write in a counterpointing voice, conveying temperaments, points of view, even self-criticism, that are not available to the narrator himself.”
“Within a half- to three-quarter-mile radius, he had to scout likely ambush points and hope to intercept the pack before they pounced on their hapless victim and moved on.”
“The boat size, body of water, half- or full-day trip and time of year also affect rates.”
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