Polishes In A Sentence

Definition of Polishes

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of polish | plural of polish

How To Use Polishes In A Sentence?

  • Years and the moving forces of life had polished him as running water polishes a stone.
  • Then he ducks his head into the horse trough and polishes the back of his neck with a bar of yellow soap.
  • He rubbed the fruit along his coat sleeve, as if to make it shine, as a fruiterer polishes the apples in his stall.
  • This searching, chafing pressure, in connection with the hot-water jets, soon cleans and polishes the most obstinate among the kettles.
  • While Mime quietly mixes his potion, Siegfried fastens the hilt to his blade and polishes the sword.
  • You do not derive much nourishment from stale celery, but eating at it polishes the teeth and provides a healthful form of exercise that gives you an appetite for the rest of the meal.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Polishes | Polishes Sentence

  • That polishes the dart.
  • I believe he polishes it every morning with a cloth.
  • The wood is useful for many purposes, and polishes well.

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