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Sentence count:150+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-05-31Updated:2017-05-31
Synonym: come inenterget inget intogo ingo intoSimilar words: dive intodrive intodelve intocome into beingsee intohave interest income intoslide intoMeaning: v. to come or go into. 
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1. Let's move into the shade.
2. Mom and Dad had always planned to move into a smaller house when we grew up.
3. I want you to move into my apartment. We've a spare room.
4. As we move into a new economy, trade unions will have to reinvent themselves to stay relevant.
5. You may move into the house on completion.
6. The move into Darlington will bring the worldwide total of Body Shop outlets to 750.
7. On occasions a feral cat will move into a burrow and have a litter down there.
8. They expect to sell to a developer and move into a modern bungalow on 13 acres less than a mile away.
9. BAlthough most children of alcoholics appear to move into productive adulthood, 41 % develop serious problems, one study found.
10. Past immigrants did not move into a society with a social welfare system.
11. If the War Wagon is forced to move into terrain it can not cross it automatically sustains D6 strength 6 hits.
12. That is what Britain needs as we move into what we all want, a really Happy New Year.
13. As we move into a well-fed and highly productive era, new diseases transmitted through our food are regularly emerging.
14. Groups are often forced to move into areas in which they are not welcome and where the existing infrastructure is inadequate.
15. Would firms move into areas with high radon concentrations?
16. If you start with one small, positive thing and repeat it during the course of your day, you will begin to move into a more positive situation: positive thoughts, feelings, opportunities and people will start showing up in your life. With practice, you will find that over time, you will change your outlook and choose to be happy, irregardless of the events around you.
17. He would like an assurance that other forces will not move into the territory that his forces vacate.
18. This technology was designed for specialists but is now starting to move into the mainstream.sentencedict.com
19. Following the success of our products in Europe, our logical next step is to move into the American market.
20. The last thing I should have done was let her move into my house.
21. They've bought a new house, but it will need a lot of work before they can move into it/move in.
22. I had to pay a 500 deposit to the landlord before I could move into the house.
23. Soon after the president signs the deployment orders this week, troops will begin to move into the country, Bacon said.
24. On completion day, the legal ends are tied up, you collect the keys and move into your new home.
25. The company is also rumored to be mulling a move into two unidentified markets in the western United States.
26. Given the hate-love appeal of the Cowboys, the audience could move into the pantheon of the 10 most-watched games.
27. We begin paying income tax at 25 percent once we move into the tax bracket.
28. If you start with the harder work, those rabbits that are not killed will move into the smaller systems.
29. Catholics and Protestants in marginal areas were burnt out of their homes and forced to move into their respective ghettoes.
30. As soon as it is sold the 58-year-old widow plans to move into the mobile home in nearby Laguna Beach.
More similar words: dive intodrive intodelve intocome into beingsee intohave interest income intoslide intochange intoplunge intotranslate intotake into accountbreathe new life intoto take into accounttake into considerationveincave ingive inveineddrive inbelieve inmovehave in mindmovedmove offmove toremovemove onmove outremoved
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