From Under In A Sentence

How To Use From Under In A Sentence?

  • I feel my feet going away from under me.
  • From under the bed she pulled out a couple of bags.
  • I pulled out my watch from under my winding-sheet.
  • Marjorie slipped from under his arm and put her hat on.
  • Egwina drew the chain from under the folds of her tunic.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For From Under | From Under Sentence

  • From under them laylocks.
  • Lift me up and yank my feet out from under me!
  • Hazel glanced up at him from under her eyelashes.
  • Lift me up and yank my feet out from under me!
  • Honoria crawled out from under the table.
  • Patty squirmed out from under her grasp.
  • Katya looked up at him from under her eyelids.
  • Bazarov glanced at her from under his brows.
  • He crept from under the sofa.
  • There were horrible screams from under it.
  • Lift me up and yank my feet out from under me!
  • His horse had been shot from under him.
  • Everything is slipping out from under us.
  • Plastic sawdust flew from under the blade.
  • He pulled his watch from under his pillow.
  • It can push its leaves up from under the earth.
  • She glanced up from under her black lashes.
  • Rafe shrieked and leaped out from under his coverings.
  • At once there was a low growl from under the house.
  • But when it comes to the scratch they slide from under.
  • Pull that large box from under the bed.
  • Slowly she thrust her feet out from under her body.
  • There are people who come from under the water.
  • The letter peeped from under the pillow.
  • They all began calling to them from under the tree.
  • His own feet were sliding slowly from under him.
  • Oswald pulled his watch out from under his pillow.
  • Victor answered her from under the bed clothes.
  • She looked up at him from under her eyelids and laughed.
  • He considered her from under frowning eyes.
  • Quimbleton reappeared presently from under the table.
  • He came out from under the trees to other hills.
  • He sat staring at her from under frowning brows.
  • Ben knew he was being studied from under lowered brows.
  • The deck seemed to fall from under his feet.

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