Listed below are four words, a verb, a noun, an adjective and an adverb. Try to use all of the words in one sentence. (You may use any form of the verb):
I'm looking for entertaining and clever answers. If my favorites are close, I'll give it to the one that uses all the words in the order listed. But, fun and inventive answers will beat tortured orderly ones. :))
In the style of the great romance novelist:-
The tall dark handsome stranger had charm and wit, which he used to devastating effect, it would often catapult an unsuspecting girl into his arms but his villainous ways would only lead to a corrosive end and a clearly damaged heart.
Chucks overt charm clearly lauched him like a catapult into a corrosive relationship with Cindy.
I wanted to charm to my boyfriend, so I used a catapult; unfortunately it was corrosive, as it was clearly not maintained properly.
The corrosive substance clearly charmed the catapult.
I am typing a sentence which consists of the words charm, catapult, corrosive, and clearly.
He may have charm... afantastic body.. and a corrosive sense of humour... xD
But clearly my catapult is ten times better than any man like that.
Your charm and cleverness has the potential to catapult the innocent into a corrosive and clearly dangerous relationship.
Britney Spears' bubbliness and charm catapulted her to a fame that became corrosive to her quite clearly to anyone who even glances at a tabloid.
(Please read with a drawl.)
The charm on the cat a pult it out of harm's way of the clearly corrosive witches' spell.
Clearly charmed by Sir Lengthalot's corrosive catapult, the fair maiden, a maiden of such charm as to clearly excite the catapult of every knight in the kingdom to corrode a hole through his codpiece, charmed his catapult like a snakecharmer (though the whiny oboe thing was not what she blew) causing the brave and noble knight to catapult his corrosive manseed unto the visage of the maiden who was clearly NOT charmed and reprimanded him with the most corrosive language she could muster which was the cue for the erstwhile director to shout: "Cut, clean her up and fluff her for the stable scene with Sir Lengthalots mount."
Captain Carolithshits cocky corrosive criticism clearly caused charming Clisorities catapulting cockerspaniels considerable consternation.
Sorry for wasting our time. Clearly the charm that I usually possess was catapulted to the background thanks to my corrosive mood yesterday.
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