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1. She got a bash on the head.
2. He gave me a bash on the eyes.
3. I'd better bash on with this article.
4. Why not have a bash at windsurfing?
5. Shut up or I'll bash your brains in!
6. He had a big bash for his 18th birthday.
7. They're throwing a big bash to celebrate their anniversary.
8. I'd better bash on with my work.
8. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and build good sentences.
9. Well, I'd better bash on.
10. The firefighters had to bash the door down.
11. He gave Mike a bash on the nose.
12. The President could continue to bash Democrats as being soft on crime.
13. If someone tried to bash my best mate they would have to bash me as well.
14. I don't do drafts of articles. I just bash them out.
15. I'll bash your head in if you do that again.
16. Too many golfers try to bash the ball out of sand. That spells disaster.
17. She gave a big 40th birthday bash for her husband.
18. How about another music industry bash, for instance?
19. Get together a range of things to bash.
20. If the television stops working, just bash it a couple of times -- that usually helps.
21. Oh well, that's enough chatting. I suppose I'd better bash on with this essay.
22. I've never tried water - skiing before, but I'd love to have a bash at it.
23. I've never cooked before, but I don't mind having a bash at it.
24. I've never been skiing before, but I'm prepared to have a bash .
25. We'll never get finished at this rate. We'd better bash on.
26. I'm not sure I'll be any good but I'll have a bash.
27. Maybe nothing at all, but for the love of a good woman he was at least prepared to have a bash.
28. Running in a clump through a crowded station, like the Bash Street Kids, keeping perfect time with chant and clap.
29. I put the box on the floor and gave it a good bash with my hammer, but it still wouldn't open.
30. It is in the middle of the track and will bash your brains out unless you do something.