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Crap dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. What a load of crap.
2. He was a crap swimmer.
3. I'm sick of this crap.
4. Yes, so cut the crap.
5. All kinds of gross crap.
6. Some crap on the train.
7. He was tired of her crap.

8. Oh crap, GUYS WATCH OUT!.
9. Putting up with his crap.
10. Jeez, this stuff is crap.
11. All that crap was a lie.
12. Can the crap with me Mac.
13. This is crap, he said.
14. Yes, it had been a crap day.
15. It was a particularly crap.
16. Mum, that's a crap excuse.
17. He beat the crap out of her.
18. Arch, please cut the crap.
19. Oh crap, it’s a blind date.
20. Yep, under all the crap was.
21. That was the really crap bit.
22. Next was this blind date crap.
23. Holy crap – my mouth dries.
24. I’m so sick of this crap.
25. That you are being sold crap.
26. Screw this waiting around crap.
27. And a pretty crap one at that.
28. Enough of this but sir crap.
29. My watch beeped crap I thought.
30. Frank is a lying sack of crap.
31. The stories about you are crap.
32. Which was all a bunch of crap!.
33. Holy crap, that guy is huge.
34. She spoils the crap out of him.
35. Darian gathered all of his crap.
36. It was a heap of crap anyway!.
37. We were too close for that crap.
38. What a load of crap, he grunted.
39. It freaked the crap out of me.
40. He's taken a lot of crap from a.
41. That's what you think, crap head.
42. It smelled, literally, like crap.
43. Without all that crap in Algiers.
44. I sold that crap Internet …’.
45. She bought all that crap in there.
46. Crap, I said and went inside.
47. It was scaring the crap out of me.
48. Aw, crap that hurts, he said.
49. ACK! Holy crap does it sting.
50. She predicted all this crap years.
51. I hated when Joan pulled that crap.
52. Enough of this sentimentality crap.
53. Now you could kick the crap out of.
54. Holy crap! the lead guard said.
55. What a load of crap, thought Adrian.
56. Holy crap… this is the tricky part.
57. Who could handle all of this crap?
58. You got to learn to accept the crap.
59. Teach this crap aint fun an-.
60. More crap by the Canadian Government.
61. I don’t have time for this crap.
62. Whatever crap happens in life, tone.
63. That kind of crap went on for months.
64. Fuck that politically correct crap.
65. I don’t need a world full of crap.
66. The alarm scared the crap out of me!.
67. Holy Pete's tap-dancing sack of crap.
68. Now the fat piece of crap was not here.
69. The goons he sent, however, were crap.
70. Holy, crap! You had me going there.
71. That’s when crap really started to go.
72. It has the rest of my crap in the back.
73. Geez, you scared the crap out of me.
74. I don’t freaking believe this crap.
75. I muttered, Crap, under my breath.
76. Usually what I get in the mail is crap.
77. Nora scares the crap out of most people.
78. This time it was the same bunch of crap.
79. Crap, thought Brale, that was too close.
80. I don’t give a crap about your doctor.
81. Most useless piece of crap I ever owned.
82. You dumb piece of crap, said Brand.
83. But I was given crap information about.
84. Bobby was feeding Cynthia a load of crap.
85. Crap, he thought as he flexed his sword.
86. I’d had enough of his crap for one day.
87. Although it did scare the crap out of me.
88. She's full of crap! How would she know?
89. I wouldn’t give that crap to my cat.
90. You won’t have to deal with this crap.
91. No Conventional Crap That Doesn’t Work.
92. Oh crap, I said, biting my lower lip.
93. You fed me a load of crap and you know it.
94. Holy crap – I just said that out loud?
95. It helps ease the stress of all this crap.
96. Crap! I can't believe this! I really have.
97. Oh crap, he wants his damned pound of flesh.
98. Who did all the medical crap? I asked.
99. They had been sold this crap by the Church.
100. Yeah Papa, you scared the crap out of me.

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1. Then my car craped out on me.
2. The blinds of the avenue passed and number nine with its craped knocker, door ajar.
1. Marius wore crape on his hat.
2. With taffety instead of crape.
3. Waule always has black crape on.
4. A man in a buff suit with a crape.
5. Shall I take off the crape, eh?
6. Remove crape from the pan and stack on a plate.
7. Flip when large thin crape when it begins to brown.
8. Everything is as handsome as could be, crape and silk and.
9. He too looked down at the crape round his hat and replied—.
10. Well, for instance, here's an important question—the crape.
11. Madeleine appeared clad wholly in black, and with crape on his hat.
12. Velchaninoff stared stupidly at the crape, and thence at the man's face.
13. As on the preceding day, she wore her damask gown and her crape bonnet.
14. The man in the crape hatband was standing on the opposite side of the street.
15. You! Crape hatband! You want to escape notice this time, do you? Who are you?
16. The fact of the matter is, there had been a fourth meeting with the man of the crape hat band.
17. Well, I'll take it off! He took his hat, tore the crape off, and threw the latter into the road.
18. She went into her closet, and, fetching her crape hat from the shelf, began pinning it on before the glass.
19. He would polish cases, fetch toadstools and spiders, hang crape, but when the party started he'd be ignored.
20. Raffles, whose appearance presented no other change than such as was due to a suit of black and a crape hat-band.
21. He used to say that the horrible hue and surface of her crape dress was most likely the sufficient controlling force.
22. As on the previous occasion, this man leant on his elbow at the table and would not speak; he was in a round hat with a crape band.
23. The glimpse of a smile beneath a white crape bonnet with a lilac curtain is sufficient to cause the soul to enter into the palace of dreams.
24. The visitor raised his eyes to Velchaninoff's, lifted his hat from the ground beside him, and with great dignity pointed out the black crape band.
25. Awaiting the proper moment, Velchaninoff suddenly slipped the hook, pushed the door wide, and almost tumbled over the man with the crape hatband!.
26. And she is not in the least evangelical, said Rosamond, reflectively, as if that religious point of view would have fully accounted for perpetual crape.
27. The two-story colonial with its rose-colored brick, black shutters and graceful column set back on a five-acre landscaped lot with crape myrtles and lace pines.
28. He smelled the hot tallow in his nostrils and instinctively he grabbed at a candle and walked with it around and about the house, pretending to straighten the crape.
29. I remember her appearance at the moment—it was very graceful and very striking: she wore a morning robe of sky-blue crape; a gauzy azure scarf was twisted in her hair.
30. It is surrounded by purple and red Crape Myrtles and Japanese Maples and there is a large oak — planted by Grandfather Braithewaite in 1960 — at the head of the plots.
31. Then, for five days there was not a sign of the man; and yet, much to his distaste, Velchaninoff could not, for the life of him, avoid thinking of the man with the crape band.
32. Ere that, however, or the lightening of her widow’s crape, a fresh link was welded from her life, which gave the sad earl a joy in his old age, and a despot to Veynes Court.
33. The fact of the matter was this: Nearly a fortnight since, he had met for the first time, somewhere about the corner of the Podiacheskaya, a gentleman with crape round his hat.
34. A resolution was unanimously adopted, requesting each member of the House, in testimony of their respect to the memory of John Smilie, to wear crape on the left arm for one month.
35. What should you do yourself, if you were wearing crape, under the circumstances? My own idea was, that if I left it on, I should be giving a proof of the fidelity of my affections.
36. He was punctual, dressed in black, with crape around his hat, and presented himself at his cousin's with a face made up for the occasion, and which he could alter as might be required.
37. On repairing thither, I found a man waiting for me, having the appearance of a gentleman’s servant: he was dressed in deep mourning, and the hat he held in his hand was surrounded with a crape band.
38. Thumbtacked to the different pictures were trinkets they’d loved in life, silver charms, silver arms, legs, bodies, silver cups, silver dogs, silver church medallions, bits of red crape and blue ribbon.
39. Leonard with his little black medical case, Samuel with his large, dusty ebon bound book under his arm, bearing more black crape, and Bion excursioning to the car outside and bringing in many more gallons of liquid.
40. The crape man had appeared suddenly, as usual, and had passed by Velchaninoff, but without looking up at him this time; indeed, he had gone by with downcast eyes, and had even seemed anxious to pass unobserved.
41. Resolved, That the members of this House do wear crape on the left arm during the remainder of the session, as a testimony of respect for the memory of William Washington, late a Lieutenant Colonel in the Revolutionary army.
42. After leaving at the door his hat surrounded with crape, he put down a green bandbox on the table, and began by complaining to madame, with many civilities, that he should have remained till that day without gaining her confidence.
43. But the gentleman with the crape band had not lost much time about reminding Velchaninoff of his existence, for the very next day he met the latter again, on the Nefsky Prospect and again he had stared in a peculiarly fixed way at him.
44. It was just at the time when he had received the news of his first wife's death in Petersburg, and, with crape upon his hat, was drinking and behaving so shamelessly that even the most reckless among us were shocked at the sight of him.
45. Vincy, whose expense in handsome crape seemed to imply the most presumptuous hopes, aggravated by a bloom of complexion which told pretty plainly that she was not a blood-relation, but of that generally objectionable class called wife's kin.
46. Behold the house, which Quinn described in years-ago summer days when he went to call on beloved Mona, the house with crape myrtles pressed against its black fence, and the two famous sentinel oaks with their erupting roots beneath the broken flagstones.
47. Resolved, That the members of this House will wear crape on the left arm for one month, in testimony of the national respect and sorrow for the unfortunate persons who perished in the city of Richmond, in Virginia, on the night of the 26th of the present month.
48. Me, with a crape veil, a sniff in my nose, a crushed-creature face make-up, a tremolo in my voice and a smart lawyer such as I know about! What can you two old fools say to a country jury to block my bluff? Why, you can save money by handing me your bank book!.
49. Resolved, unanimously, That the members of the Senate, from a sincere desire of showing their respect to the memory of the Honorable Samuel White, deceased, late a member thereof, will go into mourning for one month, by the usual mode of wearing a crape round the left arm.
50. He was obliged to confess at last, that all his anxiety, his irritation, his state of agitation generally, must undoubtedly be connected with, and absolutely attributed to, the appearance of the wretched-looking creature with the crape hatband, in spite of his insignificance.
51. Resolved, That the members of this House will wear crape on the left arm for one month, in testimony of the respect and sorrow which they feel for those unfortunate persons who perished in the fire in the city of Richmond, in Virginia, on the night of the 26th of the present month.
52. But she couldn't help thinking there ought to be a band on his left arm to counteract the impression of light-heartedness in his legs; a crape band, no matter how narrow, or a band of black anything, not necessarily crape, such as she was sure it was usual in these circumstances to wear.
53. He jumped from his chair, and in an instant it all stood out before him as plain as his five fingers! “It's all that hat!” he muttered to himself; “it's all simply and solely that damnable round hat, with the crape band round it; that's the reason and cause of all my worries these last days!”.
54. Resolved, That the Senate will attend the funeral of John Smilie, late a member of the House of Representatives from the State of Pennsylvania, this day at two o'clock; and, as a testimony of respect for the memory of the deceased, they will go into mourning, and wear a black crape round the left arm for thirty days.
55. Resolved, That the members of this House will wear crape on the left arm for one month, in testimony of the condolence and sorrow of the Senate for the calamitous event by which the Chief Magistrate of the State of Virginia, and so many of her citizens, perished by fire, in the city of Richmond, on the night of the 26th of the present month.
56. Two young, graceful women—ladies in every point—sat, one in a low rocking-chair, the other on a lower stool; both wore deep mourning of crape and bombazeen, which sombre garb singularly set off very fair necks and faces: a large old pointer dog rested its massive head on the knee of one girl—in the lap of the other was cushioned a black cat.
57. A year had now elapsed since her sad marriage, but she had preserved sufficient draperies from the wreck of her then full wardrobe to clothe her very charmingly as a simple country girl with no pretensions to recent fashion; a soft gray woollen gown, with white crape quilling against the pink skin of her face and neck, and a black velvet jacket and hat.
58. Resolved, unanimously, That from an unfeigned respect to the late George Clinton, Vice President of the United States, and President of the Senate, the Speaker's chair be shrouded with black during the present session: And, as a further testimony of respect for the memory of the deceased, the members will go into mourning, and wear black crape on the left arm for thirty days.
59. Resolved unanimously, That, from an unfeigned respect to the late George Clinton, Vice President of the United States, and President of the Senate, the Chair of the President of the Senate be shrouded with black during the present session; and, as a further testimony of respect for the memory of the deceased, the members of the Senate will go into mourning and wear a black crape round the left arm for thirty days.
60. Resolved, unanimously, That the members of the Senate, from a sincere desire of showing their respect to the memory of Francis Malbone, deceased, late a member thereof, will go into mourning for him one month, by the usual mode of wearing a crape round the left arm; and that a sum not exceeding one hundred and fifty dollars be applied out of the contingent fund for placing a neat slab or monument, with a suitable inscription, over his tomb.
61. And it was just at this most important moment, when Velchaninoff's intellect was all on the qui vive to catch up the slightest hints of what he wished to get at, while the foxy old councillor (aware of the fact) was doing his best to reveal nothing, that the former, taking his eyes from his companion's face for one instant, beheld the gentleman of the crape hatband walking along the other side of the road, and looking at him—nay, watching him, evidently—and apparently smiling!.
62. I dare swear that the whole business of this man with the crape hatband has been a dream too! I was perfectly right yesterday, he isn't haunting me the least bit in the world; it is I that am haunting him! I've invented a pretty little ghost-story about him and then climb under the table in terror at my own creation! Why do I call him a little cad, too? he may be a most respectable individual for all I know! His face is a disagreeable one, certainly, though there is nothing hideous about it! He dresses just like anyone else.
63. Why tell the whole? The blows of the basement hammer every day grew more and more between; and each blow every day grew fainter than the last; the wife sat frozen at the window, with tearless eyes, glitteringly gazing into the weeping faces of her children; the bellows fell; the forge choked up with cinders; the house was sold; the mother dived down into the long church-yard grass; her children twice followed her thither; and the houseless, familyless old man staggered off a vagabond in crape; his every woe unreverenced; his grey head a scorn to flaxen curls!.
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