1. This action brought the country to the verge of economic collapse.
2. The breed was on the verge of extinction.
3. These events left her on the verge of having a nervous breakdown.
4. I was on the verge of accepting.
5. She was on the verge of nervous collapse.
6. Her parents are rumoured to be on the verge of splitting up.
7. on / to the verge of sth / of doing sth very near to the moment when sb does sth or sth happens: He was on the verge of tears.
8. Jess seemed on the verge of tears .
9. Heavy lorries have damaged the grass verge.
10. They set up camp on the verge of the desert.
11. These measures brought the republic to the verge of economic collapse.
12. The country was on the verge of becoming prosperous and successful.
13. They are on the verge of signing a new contract for a further two years' work.
14. The mountain gorilla is on the verge of extinction.
15. He seemed to be on the verge of total derangement.
16. The country was on the verge of collapse because of the intensification of violent rebel attacks.
17. The country's economy is on the verge of collapse.
18. Many companies are on the edge/brink/verge of ruin.
19. He was on the verge of tears.
20. Carole was on the verge of tears.
21. These animals are now on the verge of extinction.
22. The show was on the verge of being canceled due to low ratings.
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23. An aerial thrust up from the grass verge.
24. Some of the stories he tells verge on the absurd.
25. You overworked your pen to the verge of toplessness.
26. Most of the audience was on the verge of tears.
27. We parked on the grass verge by the side of the road.
28. I'm sad that Julie'smarriage is on the verge of splitting up.
29. He gave a broad hint that he was on the verge of leaving.
30. The story is seen through the eyes of a boy on the verge of manhood.
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