Word usage examples
April gambolled in like a lamb this year, and taking a cue from his sprightly kick-up-your-heels mood, the Spring season was all aflutter with the gay bustle of arrivals and departures.
However, I mustered up sufficient strength to follow her cue, but I could not help thinking that if she had really loved me she would not have found it possible to pass thus from love to mere friendship.
For the first time in weeks, Anna shows up for ballet, cueing recorded music as Lindsay and four others swoop out as fireflies, then laughing as they leap and wings pop and molt onto the floor.
Wix she took a fresh cue, emulating her governess and bridging over the interval with the simple expectation of trust.
The excerpt that follows is an interesting example of how the lack of ftf cues can make it difficult to tell whether someone is intending humor or irony, and when they are being honest or sly.
I could hardly believe what I was hearing or that Semery could have given such a faultless cue for his own public castigation.
The Christmas program came off with the usual cases of stage fright, flubbed lines, and missed cues.
Montjean took up the cue, describing her business with a glibness that had a quality of rote.
The hacendado was sorting through the cues where they stood in and out of a mahogany rack in the corner.
He broke the balls and they played straight pool and the hacendado beat him easily, walking about the table and chalking his cue with a deft rotary motion and announcing the shots in spanish.