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1. Ade is going to lick his wound.
2. They've been trying to lick their wounds these years.
3. One last lick and the milk was gone.
4. The dog slunk off to lick its wounds.
5. Can I have a lick of your ice cream?
6. We'll lick the other teams.
7. I think we could lick the best teams there.
8. The disappointed losers crawled home to lick their wounds.
9. What this room needs is a lick of paint.
10. He's going to lick his wounds.
11. He gave the bowl a thorough lick.
12. Kevin wanted a lick of Sarah's lollipop.
13. It'll be okay after a lick of paint.
14. The house would look better with a lick of paint.
15. The living room could do with a lick of paint.
16. He'll lick the shoes of anyone to get what he wants.
17. Ann won't do a lick of work around the house.
18. The boat would look better with a lick of paint.
19. I bet we could lick the best teams in Georgia.
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20. My room needed a lick of paint to freshen it up.
21. You'll have four months in which to lick the recruits into shape.
22. She wanted her boyfriend to lick her boots all the time.
23. They've been trying hard to lick their wounds these years.
24. A lick of paint will do wonders for the room.
25. With some more practice, we'll soon lick this piece of music into shape for the performance.
26. All this room needs is a lick of paint .
29. With a lot of training, we might be able to lick the team into shape in time for next year's games.
30. The trains go by at a hell of a lick.