How To Use Cap off In A Sentence

  • "That's how I roll," he told us, popping the cap off a bottle and taking a long draw.
  • A gust of wind blew her cap off.
  • He took the cap off my lip balm. Times, Sunday Times
  • She took the cap off it and checked it for air bubbles. Caring for your Unborn Child
  • Jack twisted the cap off the bottle.
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  • She took the cap off it and checked it for air bubbles. Caring for your Unborn Child
  • She took the cap off it and checked it for air bubbles. Caring for your Unborn Child
  • On the outside, make sure that no tiles or slates have slipped out of position, and cap off any unused flues.
  • I took the lens cap off my camera and waited for a good shot.
  • The other could be filled to cap off the tooth and protect the dentine for 80. The Sun
  • The ball headed earthward toward me and knocked my cap off back over my head with a quick knock to the bill.
  • You look like a young witch with her cap off and her hair sorta mussed "—her hands clutched at her hair—" Oh, leave it, it looks good. Book 1, Chapter 1. Amory, Son of Beatrice.
  • To cap off Lula's presidency, Rio de Janeiro last year was awarded the 2016 Olympics, which many Brazilians saw as a milepost. Rousseff is Brazil's first female president
  • Once he took his cap off.
  • She took the cap off it and checked it for air bubbles. Caring for your Unborn Child
  • He pulled his dark-stained cap off and pulled the bottom of his shirt up to his face.
  •   A bottle of palinka, only half full, stood with its cap off on the windowsill. The Paprika Ewer
  • By the time she was back, ominous gusts of wind - strong enough to blow one's cap off - were swirling, and the occasional thunderclap shook the stadium.
  • Martin Johnson's tough defense won't allow Ireland so many opportunities and English should overcome the four-point handicap offered by most oddsmakers. Tip of the Day
  • Cap off the meal with a cup of cubed honeydew, cantaloupe or watermelon.
  • She wrenched the cap off one of the two mineral bottles, took a brief sip.
  • I took the lens cap off my camera and waited for a good shot.
  • It could cap off an immense performance that has embraced all types of offensive records and included the development of a dynamic defense.
  • Brock scored four more goals in the third period to cap off the romp with three of those coming in the last five minutes of the game.
  • He took the cap off my lip balm. Times, Sunday Times
  • I wondered if I should take the cap off the radiator and pour in some more coolant.
  • Andrew Johnson was named the Crystal Palace Player of the Year for the second successive season last weekend to cap off a memorable campaign.
  • Then we'll cap off the cozy celebration with some caressing, cuddling and coition on cotton.
  • They move together back into the big part of the house, toward the kitchen, where Dave is twisting the cap off a beer.
  • A bottle of palinka, only half full, stood with its cap off on the windowsill. The Paprika Ewer
  • My writing heart feels as crushed as that last bit of toothpaste that refuses to be squeezed out its flattened, mangled tube because someone (and I won’t name name but it begins with S and ends in cott) left the cap off again … Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » That’s Right. It’s Contest Time.
  • I wondered if I should take the cap off the radiator and pour in some more coolant.
  • He took the cap off my lip balm. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nelson says he sees a day when grading professionals will lay down their own dust palliatives to cap off the soil after completing the excavation.
  • He was wearing his cap off-center and set well back on his head at an insolent tilt,.
  • McMurphy heaves up out of his chair and pulls his cap off as he walks over.
  • She wrenched the cap off one of the two mineral bottles, took a brief sip.
  • Take cap off of heparin vial and clean with alcohol swab.
  • I took the lens cap off my camera and waited for a good shot.
  • You try and twist the cap off until she hands you a bottle opener and you say thanks.

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