dead end

NOUN
  1. a passage with access only at one end
  2. a situation in which no progress can be made or no advancement is possible
    reached an impasse on the negotiations
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How To Use dead end In A Sentence

  • He is looking for me and when he finds me he is going to feed me rice and gone off fish till I die as he knows I have not pooed in a week because he read my dead end blog.
  • The present crisis on the docks illustrates the dead end of the nationalist and pro-capitalist policy of the trade union bureaucracy.
  • Muddy and broad, it picks its way across the plains, changing course at will, leaving a maze of dead ends, ox-bow lakes, swamps and lagoons.
  • The sadness for me is that rock has reached a dead end. Times, Sunday Times
  • Working at the warehouse seemed like a dead end.
  • They were caught after turning into a dead end and hitting a gazebo in a garden.
  • A few dark corners and dead ends, one feels, would have improved the impressive overall design. Times, Sunday Times
  • A sublime, monumental dead end, that has produced some brilliant sado-masochist poetry from band and critic alike.
  • Across from the little dead end road was a park, with the multicolor jungle gym sets, along with a small basketball court, and a 2 sided handball court.
  • This procedural episode has the team running into countless dead ends, faulty witnesses, and a little bit of luck during their manhunt.
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