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Sentence count:176+24 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-05-01Updated:2017-05-01
Synonym: buckclamdollar billdollar markdollar signone dollar billSimilar words: collarcorollarydolldollydollophollandpillarcellarMeaning: ['dɒlə] n. 1. the basic monetary unit in many countries; equal to 100 cents 2. a piece of paper money worth one dollar 3. a United States coin worth one dollar 4. a symbol of commercialism or greed. 
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1) The honest penny is better than the stolen dollar
2) She bummed a dollar off me.
3) The pound was devalued against the US dollar.
4) The dollar is expected to fall in the foreign exchange markets.
5) Would you exchange this one hundred dollar bill with five twenties? 100.
6) They debased the value of the dollar.
7) It was Smith who brokered the multimillion dollar deal between the two companies.
8) At what rate does the dollar convert into pounds?
9) I have a half dollar but no smaller coins.
10) A dollar is equal to one hundred cents.
11) The dollar fell to within a hair's breadth of its all-time low.
12) Another day, another dollar.
13) The dollar surged against the yen in the final half hour of trading.
14) The beggar resorted to me for one dollar.
15) Sterling is expected to depreciate against the dollar.
16) The dollar fell by 24 percent against the yen between 1970 and 1973.
17) I'll bet my bottom dollar that the train will be late again.
18) One day these are multi-million dollar war machines and the next they are museum pieces.
19) The dollar has fallen in value amid rumors of weakness in the US economy.
20) On the foreign exchanges[], the US dollar is up point forty-five.
21) The US dollar went through a difficult time, in company with the oil market.
22) Spread the risk by diversifying into dollar bonds.
23) A dime is a tenth of a dollar.
24) The lasting war debased the value of the dollar.
25) On the opening day all tickets are a dollar; thereafter, they'll be two dollars.
26) I'm down to my last dollar.
27) Investments in the U.S. money market have propped up the American dollar.
28) The pound has hit a new low against the dollar.
29) If he could beat his uncle out of a dollar he'd do it.
30) The euro will have a circulation second only to that of the dollar.
More similar words: collarcorollarydolldollydollophollandpillarcellarcollatestellarcollapseall aroundcollationayatollahsmell a ratcapillarycollapsingcollateralcollapsiblecollaboratecaterpillarcollaboratorcollaborativecollaborationuncontrollablecollaborate withcapillary actionfrom pillar to postayatollah khomeiniroll-on roll-off
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