Similar words: wretched, stretch, stretchy, stretch out, wretchedness, stretching, bewitched, entrenched. Meaning: adj. fully extended especially in length.
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1. He ran up to her, his arms outstretched.
2. He sat down with his lame leg outstretched.
3. My rude behaviour outstretched his patience.
4. The boy took his mother's outstretched hand.
5. David delivered Holly gratefully into the woman's outstretched arms.
6. She took her father's outstretched hand.
7. He lay outstretched on the grass.
8. She came to Anna her arms outstretched.
9. The city has been outstretched.
10. She ran to meet them with outstretched arms.
11. She put some pesos into the little girl's outstretched hand.
12. The girl's arms were outstretched as she tried to catch the ball.
13. The old lady rushed to greet him, arms outstretched .
14. He ran towards her with arms outstretched / with outstretched arms.
15. She walked towards him with her hand outstretched to take his.
16. Percy was lying prostrate, his arms outstretched and his eyes closed.
17. The children imitated the bird's behaviour, arms outstretched.
18. Her outstretched finger pointed to the window behind Dove.
19. But Lumberjack just leapt at his outstretched hand.
20. I looked at the watch on her outstretched arm.
21. The eagle swoops towards the goats with outstretched arms.
22. The bird took another hop toward Kyle's outstretched hand.
23. Sit on the floor with legs outstretched and apart.http://sentencedict.com
24. Each time, he caught himself with outstretched hands.
25. They all have outstretched hands and demanding mouths.
26. The guests moved in with outstretched hands.
27. His outstretched foot was being singed.
28. The birds rose with outstretched wings.
29. She stopped instantly, the pot in her outstretched hands.
30. She lopes between the lines of her teammates, slapping their outstretched hands.
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