Dictionary: letter I
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- Sometimes Atlanta ices up and you don't want to drive if you can avoid it.
- The river ices up in the winter and public areas are inaccessible after the snow falls.
- The pathway is steep and iced up in winter.
- I spent the day idling away the time at home.
- We idled away the afternoon watching the rain and sipping our drinks.
- He idled away the hours by gambling with his friends.
- The hotel invited us back after a very poor experience the first time.
- Staff involved in the project have invited us back next year to see how things are progressing.
- They were not expecting her but invited her in for a cup of tea and a chat.
- They invited us in for coffee.
- The cool blue waters invite you in for a swim.
- I invited her out again, and she said she really wanted to go dancing.
- My friend called to invite me out for coffee.
- I used to invite them out literally every weekend.
- Do you invite them over for food after the service?
- The best way to celebrate and thank people is to invite them round to your place for a party.
- I called her and I invited her over for tea.
- They managed to iron out all the problems with the new production process.
- The system has been tested in the UK for the last 9 months to iron out any teething problems.
- We still have a long way to go before we iron out all the current financial difficulties.
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