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Sentence count:60+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-23Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: Frank WhittleSir Frank WhittleWhittlepareSimilar words: little by littlelittlea littlebrittlebelittlenot a littlebeer and skittleswhitherMeaning: ['hwɪtl /'w-]  n. English aeronautical engineer who invented the jet aircraft engine (1907-1996). v. cut small bits or pare shavings from. 
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1. Don't whittle the stick into a short one.
2. We need to whittle down the list of guests for the party.
3. The president has agreed to whittle down his proposal.
4. Their approach is to whittle away at the evidence to show reasonable doubt.
5. I finally managed to whittle down the names on the list to only five.
6. Whittle struck back at critics of his educational policies.
7. Red and Roy whittle the lead back down to nine.
8. Visitors can even whittle away time at the airport's 143 shops and 23 eateries while awaiting flights.
9. Jog a few miles before breakfast, whittle off the campaign flab.
10. Here, Brian Whittle, in his first major championships, awaited Kriss Akabussi.
11. You can rely on these keen-eyed bowmen to whittle down the enemy's numbers as they advance.
12. Whittle showed me what exists between the course and Gullane Bay.
13. He felt the urge to whittle on it with a knife, but no urge to speak.
14. Channel One was introduced by Whittle Communications to a pilot group of junior and senior high schools in 1989.
15. This is good because it allows you to whittle down those superior numbers.
16. Whittle ignored the query on the farm's actual location.
17. Sarah Whittle: Don't ever call me crazy, Alan!
18. Sarah Whittle: A lowercase fall never perceive anybody!
19. They won't whittle down your salaries.
20. They are trying to whittle down our salaries.
21. Other ways to whittle down banks are thinkable.
22. Eliminate the filler, and whittle down your notes from every class or reading into a specific portion- a page, or 1/2 a page.
23. I believe that the Government's general aim is to whittle away the Welfare
24. The man with the kidney lips folded his knife and stood up and brushed the whittle shavings out of his lap.
25. This war is a bid by the Tigrayan nationalists to whittle down their northern neighbour.
26. People inevitably are changed by their contact with a global network of humanity, Whittle says.
27. Many of the recent suggestions for change have sought to whittle down that authority.
28. McKinty hacked through a loose ball to set up a line out just inside the Collegians half which skipper Don Whittle won.
29. Their resistance and boycott threat might instead be more of an effort to whittle down the markup that Rio Tinto is seeking in current contract negotiations.
30. But if you looked at them and said, "I want to reach the top five in online music, " you can whittle down the list.
More similar words: little by littlelittlea littlebrittlebelittlenot a littlebeer and skittleswhitherwhitewhite manwhite liewhite housewhite heatwhite lilywhite winehitlerhit the roofthe White Housekettlebattlecattlerattlemettlesettlehit the markhit the sackblack and whitewhistlebrattlescuttle
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