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Stymie in a sentence | stymie example sentences

  1. Stymie makes a necklace out of his.
  2. Stymie begins snoring as the music stops.
  3. Cass asks Stymie what he is planning on making in his pot.
  4. That would stymie any further investigation into her activities.
  5. Stymie whispers, Hot, hot, hot, as he totes the clumsy pot along.

  6. Wong notices, and then turns towards Stymie before leaving the mess galley.
  7. Stymie covers his smile to stop his blabbering mouth after saying, Your welc.
  8. But, her ranting causes Stymie to giggle while falling secretly in love with her.
  9. Stymie slides a record onto the phonograph he also hid under the counter with him.
  10. Stymie hears Frenchy's warning as he makes his way in, while carrying and stirring his large pot.
  11. The hiding Stymie overhears hears her wonderful compliment from his crouched position under the kitchen counter.
  12. He creates online pages and forums to spread spam and false or misleading information meant to confuse or stymie other research projects.
  13. Historic allocations of capital, timeliness in the business cycle, and honoring contractual demands can all stymie the best intentions of management.
  14. Stymie the Stutterer comes out of the galley’s kitchen carrying a pot by one of its handle, and using a ladle hooked through the pot’s other handle.
  15. The Cap gives orders to load all the badly burned victims aboard the boat first The Professor, Stymie, and Cowboy Dan are also part of the first trip to the ship.

  16. The enduring hatred of the Jews that Muhammad had inculcated in the followers of his cult would forever stymie the psyche of the Arabic towards their cousins in Israel, so it seems.
  17. Thoughts such as, What kind of teacher would stymie a kid’s education, even if the kid used a word incorrectly; the kid’s showing initiative, for crying out loud; a teacher is supposed to laud and spur students to seek knowledge, not shut it down, occupied Mac’s mind at times the ensuing days.
  1. Since inflation is a lagging indicator in itself, the Fed must be wary of stymieing business growth.
  2. P Singh come a number of scams and corruption, eventually stymieing the development process of the nation.
  1. He’d like to, but he’s stymied.
  2. He goes still, stymied by the subject change.
  3. Hugh, stymied, dropped to his knees and threw.
  4. Then we would appear to be stymied by the Bio Bio.
  5. Still stymied, I open my eyes and stare around the room.
  6. Perhaps it was his laxity that had stymied the development process.
  7. I gathered the food offerings up and was momentarily stymied on how to carry them.
  8. I told him all that I had discovered until that point and he was as stymied as I was.
  9. This table should convince the reader that growth in the subsequent year was stymied by.
  10. I get the impression he’s sometimes stymied, trying to figure out how to cope with me.
  11. Unfortunately, the administration and the Congress seem to be stymied by missing intelligence.
  12. He wanted to say something smart, but written out of OWG history altogether had him stymied.
  13. But whither gone the umma there; what with the shepherds of the faith thus stymied, the Musalmans of the region have no clue either.
  14. The Dangler, stymied by the impassibility of the stone wall, began to whistle the same tune as he had when they arrived in the forest.
  15. Shareholders are demanding increases in both production and reserves, yet Western oil companies are often stymied in their quest for new oil.
  16. If the discipline that brought about those discoveries had been successfully stymied, we would still be seeing them as unfathomable mysteries.
  17. Most to the press ignores the truth that the federal government was stymied and hampered by the slow state-level requests and approvals (required.
  18. The pack dispersed, once more stymied by the gate and their inability to climb it or unlock it, melting back into the bush as if they had never been there.
  19. The Indian State with its dominant Muslim minority and its shortsighted Constitution was bound to be politically stymied to the hurt of its Hindu majority.
  20. The only problem was, what the hell was he supposed to do with it? He found himself totally stymied by that question, which was a little bit unusual for him.
  21. What an irony that modern man, engaged as he is in the pursuit of knowledge, allows himself to be stymied by the dogmas of the Dark Ages, perpetrated as religious tenets.
  22. What time was it now? Midnight? Maybe the soldiers had been unable to get to the caves at all, had been stymied by the men on the wall or another force beyond their control.
  23. The water mounded up, its forward progress stymied, before falling in a rush, away and down both sides of the first level, creating raging whirlpools as eddy currents spun away against the brick facings.
  24. Though the Indian forces entered the scene and stalled Pakistan’s progress through its proxy rogues into the heart of the valley, yet, stymied by the cease-fire call of the comity of nations, the Indian State couldn’t reclaim all of Kashmir to itself.
  25. Embarrassed by her dog’s actions, Kathy awkwardly started to reach for Neo’s collar over her crutches, as she issued these commands, but this action was stymied by Joel, when he clamped his hand onto her shoulder, and steered her firmly towards the family room instead.
  26. It was evident from the correspondence from Zion that with the heretic navy’s armored riverboats stymied on the line of the north Hildermoss—so far at least—by the demolished locks at Darailys, the Captain General (or at least the Grand Inquisitor) wanted the entire river line south from Darailys held.
  27. More so, only when the educated Hindus familiarize themselves with the ways of Islam to engage the Musalmans in an informed debate would there be a dawn of the genuine secularism in India, but that is unlikely to happen, at least in the foreseeable future, and till that happens, India would remain a stymied state.
  1. But dawns not reason on the bigoted minds; Inshah Allah, if the child were to pick up the Islamic threads religiously and grow up into a believing musalman, still he would have developed a prejudiced psyche that stymies his awareness in our age of openness.
  2. So, they get habituated at seeing things from the pan-Islamic prism, which stymies their Indian vision besides sullying their national image, and sadly for them, there would be incessant alerts of ‘Islam in danger’ from around the world, which keep their psyche forever stressed by their kafir enigma.

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