1. someone who takes the place of another (as when things get dangerous or difficult)
    we need extra employees for summer fill-ins
    the star had a stand-in for dangerous scenes
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How To Use fill-in In A Sentence

  • If they were to bless us with a little "beefcake" at one of our "Fill-in-the-blank Unlimited" dinners, I might (for once) not fall asleep in my beer half way through the auction!!! Booth Babes
  • The most interesting thing that people say about potential hurdles is a sentence that starts with, 'I don't have any problem voting for — fill-in-the-blank: a Hispanic, an African-American, a woman — but I worry that other people do.' 2008 race has the face of a changing America
  • If there are lanterns in the scene, arrange them to provide additional fill-in lighting.
  • Thanks to the suspension tops and diagonal drop-down field splices, the fill-in pieces were successfully erected and positioned, says Budzius.
  • Also, make sure that you improvise variations on the fill-ins at the end of each two bar phrase.
  • After his `Very satisfactory" and a ring for beer, he asked for a verbatim fill-in. MURDER IN E MINOR
  • The first example is a fill-in form with multiple field validations of different types of data using JavaScript.
  • The last time I worked with Rick Sanchez, during a fill-in stint he did on American Morning, he stood next to my desk for a few minutes and groused about the way CNN covered news. Chez Pazienza: I, Sanchez
  • The plate umpire that day was Lance Barksdale, a Class AAA fill-in.
  • The fill-in quilting was fairly random, using some similar shapes to the coloured quilting and otherwise, just loose rectangly shapes. Finished. Whew.
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