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Sentence count:30Posted:2016-08-07Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: idiosyncrasymannerismSimilar words: BiblevisibleflexiblefungiblehorriblepossibleeligibleincredibleMeaning: ['fɔɪbl]  n. 1. a behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual 2. the weaker part of a sword's blade from the forte to the tip. 
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1. Talking too much is one of his foibles.
2. Brown was fascinated by people's quirks and foibles.
3. We all have our little foibles.
4. We have to tolerate each other's little foibles.
5. He finds human foibles endearing, but is unforgiving of pretension.
6. Obviously every nation has its foibles of this kind.
7. Their bedroom doors closed, and suddenly our foibles became the topic of dinner conversation.
8. Their personalities are easily exaggerated, their foibles ripe for caricature or psychotherapy.
9. It is a big foible of all the people.
10. If there was any foible in the SL - II's handling it only shows up when sprinting hard.
11. Maybe, sassy is a little foible of Jun-Ji-Hyun, but beauty spreaded from her pureness and sassy, is the best army to hit all men's biggest foible.
12. I shall never attempt to palliate my own foible by exposing the error of another .
13. I should never attempt to palliate my own foible by expose the error of another.
14. Whenever a local foible or tradition grabbed his interest, such as the country's idiosyncratic waterway laws, he would research it exhaustively.
15. Today, however, the much-maligned human foible is being looked at in a different light.
16. Variations on this foible include watching through a keyhole, or taking photographs,[sentencedict.com] as their wife and her lover copulate before the married pair have sex.
17. You have to get used to other people's quirks and foibles.
18. My grandfather always carries his watch in his pocket; it's a foible of his.
19. However, the three-door is so good looking that you do tend to forgive it these little foibles.
20. The myth of a woman taking the blame to protect the male foible should not be perpetuated.
21. He gave the impression of being perpetually amused by, and yet far above,(sentencedict.com) the foibles of fellow human beings.
22. The Inspectors all know each other extremely well and sometimes have to tolerate each other's little foibles, too.
23. Is it Robin Culley, newly sensitive, newly observant of human foible?
24. In fact, he was often quite outspoken about people, though usually with reference to their harmless foibles.
25. Just another screwy episode in a tournament filled with foibles.
26. Her act is full of funny observations on human foibles.
27. Sometimes a given page presented me with the challenge of deciding which design foible to point out.
28. You could do Ebay , or dating or indulge another foible of choice.
29. This is often backed up by the statement that a love of Nature is a foible of urbanized people who have no notion what Nature is really like.
30. My grand-father was always buying himself new suits of clothes, it was a foible of his.
More similar words: Biblevisibleflexiblefungiblehorriblepossibleeligibleincredibleaccessiblecomprehensiblebe responsible foras soon as possiblesiblingterriblyincrediblyableblessblendcabletabledoublemarbleunablebubbleenabletableaube able tovolublestumbleproblem
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