01. Get lots of rest, and drink plenty of [fluids], and you should be feeling much better within a couple of days.
02. Robbie injured his knee, and a bunch of [fluid] collected around the injury causing it to swell up.
03. His paintings have these lovely, [fluid] lines that seem to melt into each other.
04. Observers say the situation is somewhat [fluid] and uncertain at the moment.
05. The doctor removed some [fluid] from the baby's ear, and she seems much happier now.
06. The accident victim had some [fluid] leaking from his nose, which doctors fear may actually be coming from the brain itself.
07. She danced across the stage with a beautiful, [fluidity] of movement.
08. Because seawater is [fluid], it responds to the small force of the moon's gravity.
09. The gazelle sprang across the waterhole with a single [fluid], graceful leap.
10. Kangaroo rats carry their own water source within them, producing [fluids] from the food they eat, and the air they breathe.
11. Five types of liquids are generally used in a car: gasoline, motor oil, transmission [fluid], coolant, and wiper [fluid].
12. Culture is [fluid] rather than static; it is always open to revision.
13. W. C. Fields once claimed, "My illness is due to my doctor's insistence that I drink milk, a whitish [fluid] they force down helpless babies."
14. Marcel Proust once stated that the opinions we hold of one another, our relations with friends and kinfolk are in no sense permanent, save in appearance, but are as eternally [fluid] as the sea itself.
15. Mark Twain once said that the very ink with which all history is written is merely [fluid] prejudice.
16. The human body can go more than 40 days without something to eat, but only four to five days without [fluids].
17. The Earth's surface [fluids] are of prime importance in the origin and development of our planet's landscape.
18. The surface [fluids] on our planet are in constant motion.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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