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better place

noun as in happy hunting ground

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Example Sentences

Florida would have been a better place if there had been somebody like him.

A lot of us just went to school because we had a better place to play in.

If Middle Eastern dictators simply acted more like American presidents, the world would be a better place.

If each of us can reach out and encourage someone we know to seek help, we can end the silence and make this world a better place.

I think the world would be a better place if more rock music really sounded like, say, "In the Garage."

It seems to me we could not have a better place for our head-quarters in our future explorations than this cavern.

Michael thought that France was a much better place for collecting them than England.

A glance around showed that the rancher could not have selected a better place for defence.

A “walled city” was somewhere expected to be found, and the writer found no better place to locate it.

He might be able to leave the roofs and find a better place for concealment.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to better place, such as: home, kingdom come, and last home.

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