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Bristle dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. I bristle but he’s right.
2. I bristle at his insinuation.
3. Only the Bristle Cone Pines were older.
4. Most? I bristle but refuse to be distracted.
5. Our bookstores and newstands bristle with.
6. Those noises at night make the hair on my head bristle.
7. It made the short hairs bristle on the back of his neck.

8. A short, wide man with cropped black hair and bristle moustache.
9. Herndon had a strong chin, now dark with a day's growth of bristle.
10. On the flip side of this, the black bristle has much more of a 61.
11. Johnny rubbed his bristle and tried to guess what Best was getting at.
12. The majority of women will bristle at this and accept your challenge.
13. I felt Faith’s body bristle next to me and gripped her hand tighter.
14. Both black and white bristle is shipped to Purdy®, along with Ox bristle.
15. The minute McFadden left, the bristle of danger dropped right out of the room.
16. She screwed her eyes shut and felt her power bristle just underneath the surface.
17. Conan glared in silence, feeling the short hairs bristle at the back of his neck.
18. In contrast to his grey bristle she had softer longer fur of a light cream colour.
19. I was starting to bristle at the insurance companys callous treatment of a nice guy.
20. We've never witnessed it, but it has been reported that they go after bristle worms too.
21. Sharp spines seemed to bristle against Ashley’s skin, raising her anxiously off the bed.
22. The hair on the back of his neck started to bristle as if he already sensed something serious.
23. The master showed him how to weld the bristle, and how to whet, and Mikháyla learned it all at once.
24. He felt the short hair bristle chilly at the back of his neck and put the matter hastily out of his mind.
25. It was not in reality a very stiff task, though there were moments which made my hair bristle upon my head.
26. He was of a sickly color, and his thin, sandy hair seemed to bristle up with the intensity of his emotion.
27. Natural bristle is extremely porous by nature and thus it soaks up a great amount of water that it touches.
28. His brown eyes were wide, and his normally unruly hair seemed to bristle in all directions as he skidded to a halt.
29. For it seemed woven of boar-bramble, clock-spring hair, bristle, and a sort of ever-trembling, ever-glistening dark hemp.
30. She also gazed at the antlers on the wall, for the wall continued to bristle with antlers right up to the top of the house.
31. He was a brave man, but he had felt the short hairs bristle upon the nape of his neck when that uncanny cry rose upon the air.
32. Dynamic auras bristle around glorified expressions, Beneath the absinthe stars of the charged country, Where ordinary people:.
33. In fact, if one uses a natural bristle brush in water based or latex paint, the brush will paint like a "mop" in no time at all.
34. The white bristle is a finer smoother bristle than the black, and the Ox hair is used where an extremely smooth finish is required.
35. Despite telling me he didn't care what people thought of him, he seemed to bristle at Celia's assessment of his ungentlemanly conduct.
36. For the first time in ages, I was washed in a copper tub of heated water and scrubbed with soft bristle brushes until my skin blushed pink.
37. Use a brush with well spaced rounded nylon quills in preference to a bristle brush, and use a protective conditioner before blow-drying your hair.
38. It was long, whitish, and blotched with pimples, the nose flattened, and the lower jaw projecting, with a bristle of coarse whiskers round the chin.
39. He may have to live all his days with a telephone tied up to his head and bristle all over with scientific antennae like a figure in a fantastic tale.
40. Obviously, in different regions there are different climates, therefore producing various types of bristle, varying in length, thickness, and rigidity.
41. Vigorous brushing with a gentle bristle brush will stimulate the scalp and remove the dandruff; scalp massage will help bring more nutrients to the scalp to feed the skin and hair.
42. As danger thickened his jaunty manner would increase, his speech become more racy, his cold eyes glitter into ardent life, and his Don Quixote moustache bristle with joyous excitement.
43. He had more bristle growing down his throat leading to a hairy chest at which Fern stared in amazement at the curls of hair that popped out above his open shirt, she’d never seen so much chest hair.
44. He seemed not only to bristle with secrets lately, but to suspect everyone else of keeping them, too—though maybe this was what Regan had meant when, citing her shrink, she’d accused Keith of projection.
45. Thus, with the avicularia of several species of Lepralia, the movable mandible is so much produced and is so like a bristle that the presence of the upper or fixed beak alone serves to determine its avicularian nature.
46. His face, however, was an astonishing contrast; deeply tanned and delicately beautiful rather than handsome, large dark eyes and heavy black eyebrows framed by bristle cut hair that caught the light like flecks of gold.
47. My God! what a nightmare the whole thing is! You remember the great bristle of sharp canes down below where we found the skeleton of the American? Well, that is just under ape-town, and that's the jumpin'-off place of their prisoners.
48. It is not easy to imagine two objects more widely different in appearance than a bristle or vibraculum, and an avicularium like the head of a bird; yet they are almost certainly homologous and have been developed from the same common source, namely a zooid with its cell.
49. But how many of these were the expressions rooted in the hope of someday garnering a piece of his pie? How many were from celebrants who would bristle at one harsh word directed at their reputations? Johnnie asked, pointing out, The fraternity of wealth and power remains faithful to itself.
50. It is interesting to see two such widely different organs developed from a common origin; and as the movable lip of the cell serves as a protection to the zooid, there is no difficulty in believing that all the gradations, by which the lip became converted first into the lower mandible of an avicularium, and then into an elongated bristle, likewise served as a protection in different ways and under different circumstances.
51. Then all is said, the tempest is loosed, stones rain down, a fusillade breaks forth, many precipitate themselves to the bottom of the bank, and pass the small arm of the Seine, now filled in, the timber-yards of the Isle Louviers, that vast citadel ready to hand, bristle with combatants, stakes are torn up, pistol-shots fired, a barricade begun, the young men who are thrust back pass the Austerlitz bridge with the hearse at a run, and the municipal guard, the carabineers rush up, the dragoons ply their swords, the crowd disperses in all directions, a rumor of war flies to all four quarters of Paris, men shout: "To arms!" they run, tumble down, flee, resist.
52. Among bony fish, I noted grizzled wrasse unique to these seas, deep–water gilthead whose iris has a fiery gleam, one–meter croakers whose large mouths bristle with small teeth and which let out thin cries, black rudderfish like those I've already discussed, blue dorados accented with gold and silver, rainbow–hued parrotfish that can rival the loveliest tropical birds in coloring, banded blennies with triangular heads, bluish flounder without scales, toadfish covered with a crosswise yellow band in the shape of a Τ, swarms of little freckled gobies stippled with brown spots, lungfish with silver heads and yellow tails, various specimens of salmon, mullet with slim figures and a softly glowing radiance that Lacépède dedicated to the memory of his wife, and finally the American cavalla, a handsome fish decorated by every honorary order, bedizened with their every ribbon, frequenting the shores of this great nation where ribbons and orders are held in such low esteem.
53. Ty stood up and bushed himself out in full bristle,.

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