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How to use scooping in a sentence
Rising up from scooping bay, the steep topography—hemmed by hills of evergreens—promises panoramas at practically every turn.
Hillary Clinton is scooping up millions in speaking fees while positioning herself for a White House run.‘Clinton Inc.’ Author Dishes on Monica Lewinsky and the Blue Dress | Lloyd Grove | July 23, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
American Hustle was the other big winner, scooping 10 nominations, the same number as 12 Years A Slave.BAFTA Nominations: ‘Gravity’ Beats Out British Favorite ’12 Years a Slave’ | Nico Hines | January 8, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
At home, I start the day by scooping out a couple of heaping tablespoons of Starbucks espresso roast into my Breville machine.
But Hancock also loves scooping up and publishing government memoranda—“gems of the public domain,” as he calls them.
I wanted to please him, because we were now cracking the melons and scooping out their luscious hearts.The Iron Puddler | James J. Davis
They walked across the hollow above the collar bone until they stood just below the great scooping shell of the ear.The Jewels of Aptor | Samuel R. Delany
Mighty near, said Kentucky; you just sat into the game in time to stop em scooping the pool, sir.Grapes of wrath | Boyd Cable
Everything, and she dug impatiently in the sand with scooping fingers—everything has been left at a tag-end.The Angel of Pain | E. F. Benson
He flushed through the tan, and scooping some dry leaves together into a bed, took off his coat and folded it for a pillow.The Master-Knot of Human Fate | Ellis Meredith
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