Sentence for twig | Use twig in a sentence

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  • Do you twig? (8)
  • The man hung like a mole from the twig. (10)
  • Not a breath of air stirred, not a leaf or a twig fell from the trees. (5)
  • Straight in front of them was a magpie, balancing itself on a stripped twig of thorn-tree. (8)
  • I took some tobacco and rolled up a cigarette, but it shook, Harz lifted the ivy twig, like this. (8)
  • Rising from the twig, it circled, vivid and stealthy, twice round the tree, and flew to another a dozen paces off. (8)
  • He stilled his breathing, and at the cracking of a twig beneath his knee stopped his progress and hugged the earth. (1)
  • Thus each leaf that fell was marked from the moment when it fluttered a good-bye and dropped, slow turning, from its twig. (8)
  • Now and then a bright shower fell, sprinkling the trees, where every twig was curling upwards as if waiting for the gift of its new leaves. (8)

Also see sentences for: bough, branch, shoot, slip, spray, sprig, switch.

Definition of twig:

  • twig, twig, n. a small shoot or branch of a tree: a divining-rod. | v.i. to be active. | adjs. twig’gen (_shak._), covered with osier; twig’gy, abounding in twigs or shoots; twig’some, full of twigs. (0) | twig, twig, v.t. (_slang_) to observe narrowly: to understand. | v.i. to understand, see. (0)

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