out of thin air

ADVERB
  1. without warning
    your cousin arrived out of thin air
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How To Use out of thin air In A Sentence

  • The juice landed on the floor like a red bubbly snake, a bad omen suddenly materializing out of thin air.
  • You can't just pluck it out of thin air. Times, Sunday Times
  • your cousin arrived out of thin air
  • ‘He created catches out of thin air, like some Indian magician,’ said the doyen among the commentators.
  • In his words, ‘neither government nor realty, lending, and construction interests forged racial policies out of thin air’.
  • Verb to pettifog (third-person singular simple present pettifogs, present participle pettifogging, simple past and past participle pettifogged) 8500 was just a number I picked out of thin air. hazel8500
  • You can't just pluck it out of thin air. Times, Sunday Times
  • Four more veggie meals were magicked out of thin air.
  • We borrowed to the hilt from the Chinese, and we couldn't even fight the war without the Chinese, but the market is telling us we can't continue to print and create money out of thin air to fight this war and run the domestic welfare state because it will ruin the dollar, and that's what the dollar is telling us today. CNN Transcript Jan 6, 2008
  • Such relationships take time to build and can't be conjured out of thin air in the midst of a presidential campaign.
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