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Sentence count:69+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-08-24Updated:2017-08-24
Similar words: force fieldbattlefieldbattle fieldfieldafieldfieldssubfieldoutfieldMeaning: ['maɪnfɪːld] n. a region in which explosives mines have been placed. 
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1. They realized they had wandered into a minefield.
2. Tax is a minefield for the unwary.
3. The whole subject is a political minefield.
4. They were skirmishing close to the minefield now.
5. The legalisation of cannabis is a political minefield.
6. International law is a minefield for anyone not familiar with its complexity.
7. Those who successfully navigate this social minefield are accepted by the royal family.
8. The Chinese offensive lineup can be a minefield for opposing blockers.
9. Tax can be a minefield for the unwary.
10. This minefield is compounded by the moral nature of the problem; about what is and is not acceptable behaviour.
11. Following that line[], we were walking into a minefield.
12. Too pricey-and a legal minefield according to our friends in the Police.
13. The subject of abortion is a political minefield.
14. Mr Kinnock has been led through a minefield of interviews and policy statements without serious damage.
15. The big fellow was in a minefield without an exit sign.
16. This is a legal minefield, and infringement of the regulations can lead to severe penalties, both civil and criminal.
17. To go into the minefield not knowing the path I cut is death.
17. try its best to collect and make good sentences.
18. Suggesting changes to the benefits system would be a political minefield.
19. You will first have to pick your way through the minefield of professional advice.
20. Choosing the right school can be a bit of a minefield.
21. The new Administration has to pick its way through the minefield of legislation.
22. McCready saw the rolling waves of razor-wire looming ahead of him, the end of the minefield.
23. There has long been an unspoken consensus across the party spectrum that challenging the system would be to enter a political minefield.
24. He was much better about people whom he knew, and the seventeenth century is a minefield for amateur historians.
25. It is as if it is walking through a minefield.
26. The next moment Miss Kilspindie's front door opened and a white mask surmounted by a minefield of curlers peered out.
27. Mozart's music seems so danceable, but most choreographers regard it as a minefield.
28. Under my instruction, Soap Distant has turned the allotments into a veritable minefield.
29. Swimming through a jellyfish-infested sea is like advancing through a minefield.
30. Although they can prove good investments they are a minefield for the uninitiated.
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