How To Use Every which way In A Sentence

  • They shined the light every which way, scattering the bugs and mice that had not seen any light for years.
  • He understands only too well that nature is a sham and can be twisted every which way by the forces of evil.
  • I tried every which way to avoid it.
  • I hopped up quickly, cautiously moving around, rolling my eyes in every direction, turning my head every which way.
  • My playpen was right next to a huge piece of equipment, with dials and gages and piping out every which way. Safety Buffoons
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  • He had barely shut his door when she rumbled down the tote road, splattering mud every which way.
  • People lined the bar, singing an off-key song about the wonders of the sea, raising their tankards of ale and slopping the liquid every which way, drenching those next to them.
  • There is no way they could have seen a golf ball before; I imagined them cutting one open for the first time, suspecting it was a grenade of some sort, and jumping back when the rubber windings started popping every which way.
  • He re-ran the experiment every which way he could.
  • Nastasha's head craned every which way like a child, looking at every bit of charming class exuded from the amazing house.
  • The poor sods in 1915 danced around every which way to try and break the logjam.
  • The mattress covering the door has a hole burrowed through it, springs and stuffing sticking out every which way.
  • Nora couldn't help herself; she began to tear at the delicate fabric of the dress, bits and pieces of red taffeta and silk flying every which way.
  • His hair, dyed tomato red for a new movie, sticks up every which way.
  • We enjoyed it with crispy dosas, then with plain steamed rice, and it was tasty every which way. Archive 2007-10-01
  • He also appeared in numerous Clint Eastwood flicks, including High Plains Drifter, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, and Every Which Way But Loose.
  • In no time… as we drove on the highway… we drove through fields and fields of these strange tree like vines… propped every which way, like canopies of green lushed bundles… of endless green leaves. ugotsoul Diary Entry
  • The music's sensuality made my blood rush every which way.
  • Well, if you make a tea out of the leaves, root, flowers, or seed of that plant, it will turn you every which way but loose.
  • He could already hear the sounds of patrolmen, calling out over the stretch of nothingness, flashing their lights every which way.
  • China both outside tie and bursting every which way in a bewildering rush of transformation.
  • Personnel were walking every which way behind the command station, which held a beautiful, buxom blonde wearing captain's pips.
  • Suddenly, I remembered that back in 1978, when I was about the same age, the first Clint Eastwood movie I ever saw was Every Which Way But Loose, in which he co-starred with an orangutan.
  • Her make-up was smudged from last night and her usually clean-cut hair was sticking out every which way.
  • Winter winds picked up quickly in the desert causing violent sandstorms every which way.
  • Rosemary walked into the diner in a single, long, lithe movement that drew my gaze from the list of eggs done every which way. Archive 2009-07-01
  • She measured me every which way: arms, back, height, shoulders, waist, hips, chest.
  • This section of town was busier than the previous sections, with people walking every which way at an extremely fast pace.
  • The game was hindered by a fierce wind that swept the ball every which way.
  • He could already hear the sounds of patrolmen, calling out over the stretch of nothingness, flashing their lights every which way.
  • It tool several minutes to fill, all the while Eric stood, aiming his shotgun every which way.
  • Suddenly, I remembered that back in 1978, when I was about the same age, the first Clint Eastwood movie I ever saw was Every Which Way But Loose, in which he co-starred with an orangutan.
  • The game was hindered by a fierce wind that swept the ball every which way.
  • Those in yellow and white candy-stripes threatened to be sweet meat for the Leith club as they found themselves being dragged every which way as they sought to quell opponents brimming with attacking invention.

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