Random good picture Not show
1. We find contemptible the political machinations of Mssers.
2. He typified a decade in which financial machinations stymied long-term corporate growth.
3. His total disinterest in the machinations of money bewildered his brothers, his father and extended family.
4. If such machinations are seldom heard of in this period it is unlikely to be because they were rare.
5. The machinations of corporate sharks were a slightly hazy area in her experience.
6. Her machinations appear intended to secure a Bush victory-nothing else.
7. He was also aware of various machinations on his behalf in Paris.
8. We may be fed up with the machinations of elected officials who are obsessed with gaining political advantage over one another.
9. They arehearersof their Origin[http://sentencedict.com], but not servants of machination.
10. This is all a machination!
11. The British bourgeoisie, past masters of machination and manoeuvre, are a class which knows best when to compromise.
12. The exploit machination is in backward status in tourism research usually.
13. The spy , a past master of machination and maneuver, was caught at last.
14. Despite a commitment to more open government, the public are still being kept in the dark about the inner machinations of the Cabinet.
15. I don't want to get involved in all his machinations.
16. And there were endless meetings and private conversations and arcane machinations, many never recorded.
17. More crudely, they are written off as a rampaging mob, victim to primitive urges or the machinations of conspirators.
18. It would be a mistake, however, to ascribe this sensitivity purely to the propaganda and machinations of the Communists.
19. The script does a poor job of explaining the complicated sociopolitical machinations that many believe will accompany the end-time.
More similar words: machine, machinery, nomination, inclination, rumination, combination, domination, imagination, culmination, elimination, termination, abomination, examination, pollination, destination, denomination, hallucination, desalination, political machine, extermination, determination, recrimination, contamination, predestination, discrimination, insubordination, procrastination, self-incrimination, nationalization, assassination.