[ US /ˈnəɡɪt/ ]
[ UK /nˈʌɡɪt/ ]
  1. a solid lump of a precious metal (especially gold) as found in the earth
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How To Use nugget In A Sentence

  • He was a highly intelligent commercial lawyer and then judge who suddenly found himself having to grind out fact after fact from nuggets of information painstakingly. Times, Sunday Times
  • The subject is not a nugget of inner being that extends itself outward to others whom it never quite reaches.
  • In practice, the chips were sliced sweet potato and the nuggets were pieces of chicken dipped in ground almonds and paprika. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some further elucidation should follow that lede but, basically, the lede communicates the essential nugget of information, true or not. Elizabeth Boleman-Herring: Still Seeking 'The Ineffable' in 2012
  • The nuggetty, self-assured little bloke who regularly performs superhuman feats on the television screen may well be human after all.
  • RBF neural network is used to predict nugget sizes of resistance spot welder, in which the input vectors are constructed by time sequences of cycle parameters.
  • New York shot 60 percent in the third quarter, charging back to grab an 89-88 lead on Robinson's 3-pointer with 1: 05 remaining, about the time a disgusted Kenyon Martin began cursing from the Nuggets 'bench about letting the Knicks hang around. USATODAY.com
  • Well, due to an impromptu trip to McDonalds for the wife, which then turned into a half-hour wait for a McFlurry (and nuggets and fries for me) in the drive-thru, I was pretty sure my night was shot. A review for INK
  • There were fine nuggets of legerdemain, courtesy of the illusionist Paul Kieve.
  • Will you be hunting for small objects like coins, jewelry and gold nuggets, or searching for a large cache or object?
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