Sentences with iron, Sentences about iron in English

Sentences with iron, Sentences about iron in English

1. Frank unplugged the iron.

2. My sisters do the ironing.

3. Wood floats, but iron sinks.

4. Strike while the iron is hot.

5. Gold is more precious than iron.

6. I have already ironed the shirts.

7. Kind words will unlock an iron door.

8. Suzan is ironing her clothes right now.

9. If you throw iron in the water, it sinks.

10. You have to strike the iron while it’s hot.

11. In an hour I’ll still be ironing my clothes.

12. I had already done my calculations, but they got involved and bent the iron.

13. I want to play football outside, but on the other hand, I have to iron at home.

14. In the course of history, men come to see that iron necessity is neither iron nor necessary.

15. Pop art: only possible in an affluent society, where one can be free to enjoy ironic consumption.

16. Remember: the time you feel lonely is the time you most need to be by yourself. Life’s cruelest irony. (Douglas Coupland)

17. The one ironclad rule is that I have to try. I have to walk into my writing room and pick up my pen every weekday morning.

18. Without passion man is a mere latent force and possibility, like the flint which awaits the shock of the iron before it can give forth its spark.

19. We are of opinion that instead of letting books grow moldy behind an iron grating, far from the vulgar gaze, it is better to let them wear out by being read.

20. If a nation values anything more than freedom, it will lose its freedom, and the irony of it is that if it is comfort or money that it values more, it will lose that too.

21. The problem with Google is you have 360 degrees of omnidirectional information on a linear basis, but the algorithms for irony and ambiguity are not there. And those are the algorithms of wisdom.

22. What people adore about superhero movies is the signal quality of the Christopher Nolan films – their complete lack of irony when it comes to the portrayal of heroism and the need for heroes to confront evil.

23. Since those who believe they need a hero/celebrity outnumber the actual heroes/celebrities, people feel safe and comfortably justified in numbers, committing egregious crimes in the name of the greater social ego. Ironically diminishing their own true hero-celebrity nature in the process.

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