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Couch dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. I sat on the couch.
  2. I moved to the couch.
  3. They sat on the couch.
  4. I move from the couch.
  5. I leapt off the couch.

  6. I sat down on the couch.
  7. Carl lay on the couch.
  8. He rose from the couch.
  9. He went up to my couch.
  10. It was under the couch.
  11. He pointed at the couch.
  12. ERICK sits on the couch.
  13. Do not be a couch potato.
  14. The dog was on the couch.
  15. He lay back on the couch.

  16. On the couch lay Clayton.
  17. Than shifted on the couch.
  19. I was laying on the couch.
  20. Trask rolled off the couch.
  21. John woke her on the couch.
  22. The author was Dick Couch.
  23. George looked at the couch.
  24. I stood up from the couch.
  25. I leaned back on the couch.

  26. She fell back on the couch.
  27. The seat of the couch was.
  28. Since the couch is facing.
  29. The couch yelped like a cur.
  30. I plumped down on the couch.
  31. He’s got me on his couch.
  32. Diana returned to the couch.
  33. Saw his mobile on the couch.
  34. Danny got up from the couch.
  35. I slept either on a couch.
  36. We went and sat on the couch.
  37. He motioned us to the couch.
  38. He steps closer to the couch.
  39. She took up the whole couch.
  40. She went back to the couch.
  41. He sits me down on the couch.
  42. Conan peered behind the couch.
  43. Daisy sat back upon the couch.
  44. Then she turned to the couch.
  45. The living room had a couch.
  46. I have a couch, I said.
  47. They reconvened on the couch.
  48. I made a bed on the couch.
  49. I sat back down on the couch.
  50. Libby snorted from the couch.
  51. Deacon gets up off the couch.
  52. It came from under the couch.
  53. Janelle vaulted off the couch.
  54. Vera sat quietly on the couch.
  55. He sinks back into the couch.
  56. Samantha sat down on the couch.
  57. I sat next to her on the couch.
  58. He was lying on a small couch.
  59. The couch, sat on, cried again.
  60. Couch a hogshead with me then.
  61. I left her asleep on my couch.
  62. Panny jumped up on the couch.
  63. I sat straight up on the couch.
  64. I stayed in place on my couch.
  65. Near the end of the far couch.
  66. She lay face down on the couch.
  67. That couch looks big and comfy.
  68. Carroll stood up from the couch.
  69. Rand sat beside me on the couch.
  70. Zachary lies still on the couch.
  71. I crashed on the couch at his.
  72. Heather helped me to the couch.
  73. You can turn back into a couch.
  74. We both shot up off of the couch.
  75. She hadn't moved from the couch.
  76. We'll fix up the couch for you.
  77. Then I fell asleep on the couch.
  78. There was the couch he napped on.
  79. I col apsed on the nearest couch.
  81. I sink into the couch, exhausted.
  82. David was reclining on his couch.
  83. The three of them sat on a couch.
  84. Joe waited for her on the couch.
  85. She sat on the couch and thought.
  86. Starret was sleeping on the couch.
  87. I walked over to the other couch.
  88. Evelyn drops her bag on the couch.
  89. Action will get you off the couch.
  90. Bev were sitting on the far couch.
  91. Slowly she rose up from the couch.
  92. He was kneeling beside the couch.
  93. You mustn’t spend it on a couch.
  94. Suddenly she leapt from the couch.
  95. Kelvin sank back down to the couch.
  96. Jason had been asleep on the couch.
  97. On the couch, he's on the couch.
  98. I lean over the edge of the couch.
  99. He finds Colleen lying on a couch.
  100. You will be sleeping on the couch.
  1. He’s couching his murders in the MO of a hate crime.
  2. The result of this blunder was… the entire basis of modern Science for the past 100 years has been founded upon a set of completely false assumptions, and has been led on a wild goose chase ever since: searching for non-existent things which don’t exist like gravitons, using terms like mass and gravity and the speed of light as universal constants: couching scientific measurements in terms and quantities that are not only completely false and misleading, but entirely non-existent.
  1. It did seem kinda strange that they couched.
  2. Except it is couched in modern consumer terms.
  3. All are couched in their own cultural limitations.
  4. He’d couched his insistence on returning her as a matter of.
  5. I couched my pitch to Hopkins in terms of my surprise discovery.
  6. They are all lies, couched in cunning hyperboles and sneaky suggestions.
  7. Like the others, he couched a spear in lieu of a longer, less wieldy lance.
  8. It is well known that there are natural drugs that lie couched in the human brain;.
  9. Anything that has to be couched n sugar coated lies to be sold: is hiding poison inside it.
  10. Uttering a wild whoop, Felipe couched his spear like a lance and booted his unhappy strider to a charge.
  11. Surely there is some humanity couched within, he would muse, however deeply it might be buried.
  12. This invitation to drink, couched, as it was, in such informal terms, came very strangely from Nastasia Philipovna.
  13. How good it felt to hear the great bird speak again, even though his language was couched in the images of his race.
  14. It was not the first letter of the kind which she had received, but she never had one couched in such threatening terms.
  15. William had written out a letter of application, couched in admirable business language, which Paul copied, with variations.
  16. There was more of it—some of it couched in eloquence that made Valeria stare, in spite of her profane education among the seafarers.
  17. Could it be the unstated policy of the Delhi operatives as well, he suspected, but, couched by the pretentious unsuitability labels!.
  18. She did not at once reply; it was a new experience for a man to speak so forthrightly to her, his words not couched in courtier phrases.
  19. The way she’d couched this invitation, instantly and accurately conveyed to all, exactly where she would like to have this nightcap - in bed with Joel.
  20. One day she received from the Thenardiers a letter couched in the following terms: Cosette is ill with a malady which is going the rounds of the neighborhood.
  21. The order of arrest, signed by the district-attorney, was couched in these words: Inspector Javert will apprehend the body of the Sieur Madeleine, mayor of M.
  22. If the Bible is allowed to be its own interpreter, when read in the light of the prophecies couched in the same language style, and even using the same metaphors, Mt.
  23. When the White River Legion rode into the midst of the stream and was fully engaged with von Augenfelsen’s men, we couched our lances and charged Karyl’s monsters.
  24. Jo laughed and explained that the invitation was couched in very formal terms inviting the Lady Josephine Symons to join the Ladies Katie and Abigail for an al fresco entertainment.
  25. A knight with the lower half of his unfashionably antique great helm painted red with a series of semicircles for an upper border and the top enameled white attacked Jaume at the sprint with his lance couched.
  26. That was fortunate, for if she could have Indignation at being misunderstood mingled with Scarlett’s forlorn feeling of being out spoken she would have cried out truths couched in Gerald’s forthright words.
  27. At the same time it is couched in so unfortunate a manner, and certain phrases in it are of so provocative a character, that its publication would undoubtedly lead to a most dangerous state of feeling in this country.
  28. Most of it was just a long formal list of who got how much return on the graft that went into making up this expedition, but there were a few paragraphs near the end called the 'Haad Directives,' couched in dense theologian.
  29. Pavel Pavlovitch had written a short note couched in very polite and correct phraseology, and thanking Claudia Petrovna sincerely for her great kindness to the orphan—kindness for which heaven alone could recompense her.
  30. Not satisfied with seeing that individual prohibited the exercise of his official character, we are invited to pursue him with the joint terrors of legislative wrath, couched in terms selected to convey opprobrium and infix a stigma.
  31. That status had however been couched on paper in rather vague or encompassing terms more than a century ago, leaving politicians and lawyers from all sides plenty of leeway to debate those constitutional powers both in public and in court.
  32. Only, a rather obscure note was found among the Bishop's papers, which may bear some relation to this matter, and which is couched in these terms, The question is, to decide whether this should be turned over to the cathedral or to the hospital.
  33. In order to hide this obvious fact: scientists have couched their ramblings in arcane, complex, mysterious gibberish, that even they cannot explain to their own fellow scientists… simply to keep their sacred, specialized knowledge from being exposed as a complete fraud.
  34. The lawyer had, accordingly, begun with an explanation as to the theft of the apples,—an awkward matter couched in fine style; but Benigne Bossuet himself was obliged to allude to a chicken in the midst of a funeral oration, and he extricated himself from the situation in stately fashion.
  35. On the day following he went accordingly to Portsmouth, but before his departure he received a letter from Captain Tracy, couched in the following terms: Sir, you must go to Ryde, where you shall find a gentleman called Captain Henry, waiting for the New Galen; I shall send a boat on shore for both of you.
  36. They read to Noirtier the formal copy of a will, in order to give him an idea of the terms in which such documents are generally couched; then, in order to test the capacity of the testator, the first notary said, turning towards him,—When an individual makes his will, it is generally in favor or in prejudice of some person.
  37. I took and read the letter, which was couched in terms so flattering that even I myself felt it would be wrong in my father not to comply with the request the duke made in it, which was that he would send me immediately to him, as he wished me to become the companion, not servant, of his eldest son, and would take upon himself the charge of placing me in a position.
  38. But when it came to the positive question it was couched in cumbersome terminology, so the democrats claimed, that was either the result of ineptitude on the part of the professional company contracted by the survey office, or intentionally designed to confuse in order to arrive at an answer that suited those not in favour of an early introduction of direct elections.
  39. A couched spear of acuminated granite rested by him while at his feet reposed a savage animal of the canine tribe whose stertorous gasps announced that he was sunk in uneasy slumber, a supposition confirmed by hoarse growls and spasmodic movements which his master repressed from time to time by tranquilising blows of a mighty cudgel rudely fashioned out of paleolithic stone.
  40. I have no hesitation in saying, that when the letters from this Minister to our Government are examined by the people, that independent of the arrogance bordering on insolence, in which they are couched, so characteristic of that nation, they will have a different effect from that of conciliation; the illiberal and disingenuous demands made preliminary to the revocation of the Orders in Council, will have a tendency to rouse the public mind; they will be looked on with an indignant frown by all real Americans.
  41. He says this, a censor of morals, a very pelican in his piety, who did not scruple, oblivious of the ties of nature, to attempt illicit intercourse with a female domestic drawn from the lowest strata of society! Nay, had the hussy's scouringbrush not been her tutelary angel, it had gone with her as hard as with Hagar, the Egyptian! In the question of the grazing lands his peevish asperity is notorious and in Mr Cuffe's hearing brought upon him from an indignant rancher a scathing retort couched in terms as straightforward as they were bucolic.
  42. In his letter of the 17th of May, to the Secretary of State, speaking of the order, he says, the note is couched in terms of restraint, and professes to extend the blockade further than it has heretofore done, nevertheless it takes it from many ports already blockaded, indeed all east of Ostend and west of the Seine, except in articles contraband of war and enemy's property, which are seizable without blockade; and in like form of exception, considering every enemy as one power, it admits the trade of neutrals within the same limits to be free, in the productions of enemy's colonies, in every but the direct route between the colony and parent country.
  43. When he lay couched in the ominous horse,.
  1. No reading tables or couches.
  2. As they look at (their) couches.
  3. The group moved over to the couches and.
  4. Couches, chairs, and pillows slashed open.
  5. We sat in Jill’s den, curled up on couches.
  6. A green man was lounging on one of the couches.
  7. On one side of the room there were two couches.
  8. In front of the couches there were low coffee.
  9. He walked over to the chair next to the couches.
  10. Three couches, tables, a television, and two bedrooms.
  11. You seem to have quite a hang up on couches tonight.
  12. She flipped the cushions off the couches and armchairs.
  13. Her gaze traveled to the area behind one of the couches.
  14. They and their spouses, in shades, reclining on couches.
  15. The crew rocked in their couches as the craft shook violently.
  16. It had been moved to the center, at the end of the two couches.
  17. It had couches, chairs, tables, a TV, magazines, and newspapers.
  18. Also, everyone on this show drinks wine while sitting on couches.
  19. It was one of those big soft red couches that you just sink into.
  20. There were three areas that had groupings of couches and chairs.
  21. Hey guys, he said, sitting down on one of the sofa couches.
  22. Reluctantly, he wandered over to a tight nest of Art Deco couches.
  23. Jesse curled up on one of the couches, Handwriting is a lost art.
  24. There were lavish couches placed in two of the corners of the room.
  25. On the other side of the room he had one bed and two small couches.
  26. It was close to midnight and the girls were lounging on the couches.
  27. They lay in silence, strapped to their couches and ready for launch.
  28. There were several groupings of large couches and overstuffed chairs.
  29. On the sides of the room were lounging areas with couches and chairs.
  30. To the right of the room in an aisle between the couches and the wall.
  31. Both the couches and the chairs seemed to be a little on the large side.
  32. Jennabeth was waiting on one of the couches, as if she was expecting us.
  33. Lounge chairs and couches and low tables are scattered around the room.
  34. Hey, Rob, she said after seeing him sitting on one of the couches.
  35. The furnishings are sparse, just a couple of couches are all I can see.
  36. The couches were slightly concave in shape while the chairs appeared as.
  37. There were no chairs or couches in the living room, only pillows and rugs.
  38. From just above the backs of the couches almost to the ceiling there were.
  39. You can either sit here (gesturing to the rear seats) or on the couches.
  40. Sitting in one of the couches on the far left side of the room was a Reall.
  41. We sat on couches in the cashier waiting area and played cards after dinner.
  42. Lady Jennabeth smiled at them, as she seated herself on one of the couches.
  43. Barry on the other hand, sat back, and enjoyed the soft feel of the couches.
  44. Patterned couches, melon-colored walls, a tufted leather ottoman for a coffee table.
  45. They had brought in a couple of leather couches, and created a sitting area for them.
  46. Chairs and couches were scattered everywhere, some were nice, leather with foot-stools.
  47. Instead, from the front way to the back, it held ten seats with a few couches mixed in.
  48. There were several couches and arm chairs resembling those they’d used in the theater.
  49. Instead of a low table and couches, there was a high, square table and chairs with legs.
  50. I was over in this set of concrete couches and it was pretty dark even with the floodlights.
  51. In homes, they sat breathlessly on their couches, their eyes glued to the story playing out.
  52. She led her into the parlor, furnished with Victorian red-plush couches and chairs and tables.
  53. But first aid us to lift the badly wounded on these couches where we may bandage their hurts.
  54. Would you like to watch a movie or something? I said to them as they settled on the couches.
  55. We spent time together and eventually ended up in one of the uncomfortable lounge couches making out.
  56. Naked, bloody from the waist down, she lays sprawled along one of the couches, head tilted to one side.
  57. He led me past some comfortable looking couches and I noticed some family pictures hanging on the wall.
  58. Orange couches are pushed against the walls on the right and left and stand between double French doors.
  59. And We will remove all ill-feelings from their hearts-brothers and sisters, on couches facing one another.
  60. She could see Tom Thompson, seated on one of the comfortable leather couches, flanked by Greatchen and Norm.
  61. My new companions were stretched out on their couches, or walking about up and down between the rows of beds.
  62. The ante-chamber with the soft couches and fire place was where men were to visit, or so she was told by Alric.
  63. Brightly cushioned couches, low wooden tables and oriental rugs dotted the floor; paintings enlivened the walls.
  64. He countered the attack, stuck an elbow in Smith’s midriff and neatly flipped him over on to one of the couches.
  65. The room is large and square with three floral couches placed in the shape of a U around an almond-colored ottoman.
  66. Dozens of carpet samples sat in bright, smelly patches on the dirt floor and a few old ugly couches had been donated.
  67. A wide hall, leather couches on each side, led to what looked like a library, bookshelves barely visible, lights off.
  68. Her first and only summer here, Regan had sequestered herself among the rolling ladders and soft couches, recovering.
  69. I had had them rip out almost all the walls on the floor and put in couches, recliners, and other comfortable seating.
  70. The Power and Light District has been busy since yesterday afternoon with some people sleeping on the outside couches.
  71. The usual dusty purple couches are there, but where the TV should be there’s nothing, not even the faded old carpet.
  72. So, the raised couches means the high-ranked things which raise the spirit from one good state to another superior to it.
  73. I sat next to him on the couches; he had his shoulders hunched and his forearms resting on his knees, staring off into nowhere.
  74. They throw me onto one of the couches and I scream as they pin me down, feeling my wounds reopen and blood running down my arms.
  75. I don’t think it’s safe to have the beds down while we’re on the road; anyone not driving will have to sleep on the couches.
  76. She started kissing me and I her, and we were making love gently on the sofa as men walked amongst the couches and picked their whores.
  77. I am seated on one of two dark green chesterfield couches made of leather – not unlike the couch that Christian has in his playroom.
  78. When his mother eventually calmed down and stopped sobbing, Zarko led her to the waiting room and made her sit down on one of the couches.
  79. While they were busily doing this, Joel walked over to Kathy’s side and coaxed her to sit down on one of the couches in her family room.
  80. On each side of the trench, the earth was cut out to a breadth of about two and a half feet, and this did duty for bedsteads and couches.
  81. A pair of tufted leather couches took up another corner, where two men in dark suits, white shirts, and clubby ties were just standing up.
  82. I was way early when I got there, so I just sat down on one of those leather couches right near the clock in the lobby and watched the girls.
  83. Dad wheeled me over to one of the plush couches, arranged me on it and sat next to me while he guzzled fragrant cups of coffee and ate French pastries.
  84. Joel helped Kathy navigate the shallow steps leading down into the room, and then over to one of the couches situated in front of the room’s fireplace.
  85. These furnishings followed the contours of the room, their lower parts leading to huge couches upholstered in maroon leather and curved for maximum comfort.
  86. A rectangular wooden coffee table between the couches was covered with a white linen cloth, and set atop with bowls of fruit and plates of cakes and cheeses.
  87. They leave the rooms of velvet pillows and vivid satin couches of Sadie’s cathouse to climb into a beat up cobalt Dorris and head to the address on Hornet Avenue.
  88. We will sorely miss you, Gerald patted his friend on the shoulder and then waved his arm towards the three huge red leather couches for his guests to sit down.
  89. It felt good most of the time, but plopping on couches reminded her that her neck was still a little sore, and today’s exercise probably made it a little more so.
  90. His house looked pretty much the same from the last time I saw it, except the vacant area which had once been a dance floor was now filled with couches and love seats.
  91. There were soft pillows on large couches and walls filled with books and a rug cut in a thick rose pattern, and iced tea in the hand, sweating, and cool on the thirsty tongue.
  92. There had to be a few thousand books there! I saw a pair of very comfortable looking couches in the middle of the room, their feet bolted to the floor, in front of a small fireplace.
  93. We went through the entire aircraft and there was an office that the president uses, a conference room, a sick bay, a galley and all kinds of seating areas that had couches and tables.
  94. Acts 5:15 Insomuch that they brought forth the sick into the streets, and laid [them] on beds and couches, that at the least the shadow of Peter passing by might overshadow some of them.
  95. Andrew’s office seemed to be as large as a basketball court, with tables, couches, and chairs all done up nice, with coffee and snacks, and instead of the paper cups and plates it was all china.
  96. Joel helped Kathy over to one of the couches in the room, strategically making sure that she was seated as far away from the others as possible, so she wouldn’t have to hear what was being discussed.
  97. The richest Turkey carpets covered the floor, and the softest and most inviting couches, easy-chairs, and sofas, offered their high-piled and yielding cushions to such as desired repose or refreshment.
  98. They don't eat when they come from the marketplace unless they bathe themselves and there are many other things which they have received to hold to: washings of cups pitchers bronze vessels and couches.
  99. As the knock cut across her thoughts, Sheena told Booker to enter and he came into her office with a smile on his face, waiting by the door until she had invited him to sit opposite her on one of the couches.
  100. So, in the other abode, when the believers watch the couches of the sinners and the illusive means they adopted in this life to enjoy its transient things, they will laugh at them and despise their mean interests.

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