Thesaurus / relegate
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Not being able to explain them, they relegate all birthmarks to the unknowables, calling them freaks or monstrosities.
SELF KNOWLEDGE AND GUIDE TO SEX INSTRUCTIONT. W. SHANNON
They are ready sometimes to allow even that, provided they may relegate it into the past, or into the future.
WESTMINSTER SERMONSCHARLES KINGSLEY
Resignedly does it labor, its whole life long, in the darkness whither most of us relegate it, where it is spoken to by none.
THE INNER BEAUTYMAURICE MAETERLINCK
It is a mistake to relegate this text to the dim and distant future, to some far-off consummation.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: EPHESIANSG. G. FINDLAY
We relegate to an appendix some remarks on the debated questions.
THE WORLD OF HOMERANDREW LANG
I relegate to an appendix what needs to be said about the other pairs of deities mentioned by Gellius.
THE RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE OF THE ROMAN PEOPLEW. WARDE FOWLER
Indeed, the Americans are the only people who relegate the dance to the young alone.
THE ART OF ENTERTAININGM. E. W. SHERWOOD
This doubt alone could explain the corps' decision to relegate the units to the backwaters of the war zone.
INTEGRATION OF THE ARMED FORCES, 1940-1965MORRIS J. MACGREGOR, JR.
Amusing to think that even the quite immature first-rate can so relegate the third.
CHRISTMAS ROSES AND OTHER STORIESANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
As to the time of the erection of these stones, we both agreed to relegate the matter to the mists of antiquity.
FROM JOHN O'GROATS TO LAND'S ENDROBERT NAYLOR AND JOHN NAYLOR
WORDS RELATED TO RELEGATE
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