Sentences with Tail, Sentences about Tail

Sentences with Tail, Sentences about Tail

1. I gave the tailor €50

2. The tailor makes the man.

3. I stepped Samuel’s dog’s tail.

4. To pull the devil by the tail.

5. Pleasure has a sting in its tail.

6. My father is a tailor, so he can let my pants down.

7. Better be the head of a dog than the tail of a lion.

8. The higher the ape goes, the more he shows his tail.

9. Jest with an hole and he will flap you in the face with his tail.

10. Money can buy you a fine dog, but only love can make him wag his tail.

11. Money will buy a pretty good dog, but it won’t buy the wag of his tail.

12. I’ve always said money may buy you a fine dog, but only love can make it wag its tail.

13. How many legs does a dog have if you call his tail a leg? Four. Saying that a tail is a leg doesn’t make it a leg.

14. I see music as one language. If one musical form eats its own tail, it dies. So it needs to be a mongrel, it needs to be hybridised.

15. I had an amazing childhood, lots of love. But my dad worked his tail off, getting up at 4 in the morning and going off at 5, 6 o’clock, yet he always had time to spend with his kids and his wife.

16. My diminished girth, in tailor phraseology, was hardly conceivable even by my own friends, or my respected medical adviser, until I put on my former clothing, over what I now wear, which is a thoroughly convincing proof of the remarkable change.

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