a couple of

ADJECTIVE
  1. more than one but indefinitely small in number
    a couple of roses
    a few roses
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use a couple of In A Sentence

  • The question, which has been eating at Matthews for several years, is gnawing on him a couple of hours later as he decompresses at a party at Spago in Beverly Hills.
  • There is a tradition of magickal practice in my family but sadly it fell into abeyance a couple of generations back.
  • A couple of weeks after the monarch's announcement, heavy rain began to fall, thus ending the drought.
  • He did his final piece of serious work on Tuesday morning, which was grand, and we have just kept him ticking over with a couple of canters.
  • I'm still in contact with her - we write a couple of times a year.
  • He made comments about a couple of items, suggesting an appetizer that sounded unlikely but that, in his words,'went down a treat. FOLLY
  • The house was a semi-detached with a couple of children playing in the front lawn and his son was just arriving home from his days work.
  • There are only a couple of days left in Graeme's Fantasy Book Review's Giveaway for one of three copies of Orson Scott Card's new release, Hidden Empire. Book Contest Links ... more than a few
  • The boa and the rattlesnake are homebodies that seldom travel more than a couple of miles in a lifetime.
  • She also lent me a couple of Ben Elton books which were good, but not as good for relaxing as they have a whole dark seedy side.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy