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Sentence count:77+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-22Updated:2017-03-22
Similar words: rise and fallfind faultgrandfatherhard and fastfew and far betweenwindwindywindowMeaning: ['wɪnd'fɔːl]  n. 1. fruit that has fallen from the tree 2. a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money). 
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1. Investors each received a windfall of £3000.
2. The hospital got a sudden windfall of £300 000.
3. The government imposed a windfall tax on some industries.
4. She had an unexpected windfall of a thousand pounds when a cousin died.
5. Will there be any windfall payments from the sale?
6. Now, he can see an Elvis-like windfall for the industry.
7. Clinton, by contrast, has had no such windfall to draw upon.
8. The deal represents a huge windfall for Adkins' center, and a reasonable expense for State Mutual.
9. The merger could mean a $2.2 billion windfall for shareholders.
10. Added to a £149 million windfall from a shares sale, that pushed profits up 27 percent to £113 million last year.
11. Labour has imposed the utility windfall tax(, introduced the minimum wage and ramped up petrol duty.
12. So when he came into a windfall he knew that he wanted to use some of it to top up his pension.
13. It would bring a windfall of around 300,000 smackers to the Manor.
14. The privatized utility companies may be faced with a windfall tax on the profits of the last few years.
15. Our domestic oil had been price-controlled since 1973, to keep oil companies from reaping a windfall at the higher OPEC price.
16. But for those with guts, some of the highest yields around can be found here -- and even an occasional windfall.
17. A nationwide survey completed May 16 showed that Clinton is reaping a political windfall with support from women.
18. The popularity of text messaging has delivered an unlikely windfall for mobile phone network operators.
19. Mazzocchi said taxes to buy insurance for the uninsured would be a windfall for the insurance industry.
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20. Opponents charge that this system artificially inflates the cost of peanut products for consumers and provides a federal windfall for quota-holders.
21. So do not be disappointed if you fail to receive a windfall or secure your greatest ambition.
22. Voice over For growers across Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire the extra demand for apples is truly an unexpected windfall.
23. So when the company makes money, its junk soars, in anticipation of the windfall.
24. I should have sent the drinks back, but instead looked upon them as a windfall in our rather straitened circumstances.
25. Why are we offering you the chance of such a fantastic windfall?
26. Meanwhile for the transnational companies that dominate the global coffee economy, the slump in coffee prices is generating windfall gains.
27. Would the Minister find it acceptable if the same sort of windfall profits were made by the beneficiaries of the sell-offs?
28. The fortunate ones clutch tiny plastic bags of black sand, a pound of which counts as a windfall.
29. Middlesbrough made a substantial profit last season, especially with two good Cup runs, and have an extra Premier League windfall.
30. There was no shortage of opinions on what to do with the windfall gains.
More similar words: rise and fallfind faultgrandfatherhard and fastfew and far betweenwindwindywindowwind updwindleswindlewind downwindmillfall behinddwindlingsteadfastold-fashionedstand forsend forhandfulto and froextended familyback and forthand functionthe rank and fileground floorfallloaves and fisheswinfirst and foremost
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