Trip Over in a sentence

How to use Trip Over in a Sentence?

  • They had had a rough trip over at the bottom of the mail sack and were looking for trouble.
  • He remembered hazily the trip over the mountains and a battle with a party of natives.
  • Yes, you can do anything, even if you do trip over the dog in getting off the piazza.
  • Every time she thought of him her curiosity seemed to trip over the Japanese kimono.
  • I daresay I shall treat myself to a trip over to Paris as soon as the weather is jollier.
  • When I asked how he felt he said he thought he would have enjoyed the trip over if he had had any ocean air.
  • But all that's as it may be, that too; but we might have done that trip over the hills now if you hadn't got that sack.
  • Richard returned that evening from his last trip over his trail for the season, and he was much pleased with the arrangement as to Emily.
  • If not, I have a regular trip over the mountain in mind, one that will take a hike of several days to get us there.
  • I saw no sign of fire in either of these ranges of mountains, nor did I see any signs of Indians on my trip over these two ranges.
  • Seems he'd found a feller that wanted to ship a couple of fo'mast hands on a little trading schooner for a trip over to the Java Sea.
  • There are plenty of men with nerve enough to try to tip Charon for his trip over the Styx, but Jan is not one of these.
  • Then commenced the return trip over much the same route which we took on the outgoing voyage, passing the mountains, glaciers, and islands we had seen before.

Short Example Sentence for Trip Over

  • Men trip over the inherent infirmities of the human mind.
  • Thus Alfred graphically described the first trip over the doomed town.
  • At one point I had to take a three-days' trip over the mountains.