Sentence with the word -on
We still have much work to do to eradicate this epidemic -- changing laws and policies that devalue women and girls, educating others to recognize the signs of domestic abuse and how to help their friends and family, working with youth early on to prevent this abuse, and putting the blame where it belongs -on the abuser.
The suffix -on is considered by corporate image makers in the energy and technology fields to be a futuristic syllable—hence Exxon and Chevron, Raytheon and Micron.
In future corporate naming, en- is very likely to be avoided as a prefix, and the suffix -on is off.
Nancy, 50, reportedly even threatened not to turn up for a walk -on appearance with dance partner
Mr. TORRE: And honestly, I mean what this does, I mean one of the facts that was uncovered was that background checks aren't done on athletes -on football players, you know, in recruiting, in admissions.
Matthew Lombardi not only will see his first game action as a Maple Leaf -on Saturday night but he'll centre sniper Phil Kessel and winger Joffrey Lupul.
"Our intention was merely for the president to address a joint session as soon as possible" so that he could outline a new plan for bolstering up the economy and tackling unemployment problem -on.
Most 16th- and 17th -century French words ending in "-on" are spelled with "-oon" when borrowed into English, like Martha Washington's BOOKE of COOKERY, a handwritten cookbook that the first First Lady's family had brought to the New World, contains the first known recipe.
Krugman's short blog post titled "The Years of Shame" appeared Sunday - on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks -on NewYorkTimes.com, decrying how 9/11 had become a "wedge issue."
To find out, we conducted exhaustive criminal background checks on every player - 2,837 in all -on the opening-day rosters of Sports Illustrated's 2010 pre-season Top 25 teams.
Greg currently writes on media and politics-and OccupyUSA in the popular live-blog -on a daily basis for The Nation site.
ICCI didn't annoy Mr Romney into negotiating on "scrapping the cap"-on voiding the rule that exempts income above $106,800 from the Social Security payroll tax.
Not only by reminding conservative evangelicals that he belongs to a religion many do not approve of, but also by taking on Gingrich - subtly, perhaps, but unmistakably -on his three marriages and past person indiscretions.
-on the paper currency, whose value is determined by the adjustment of the supply of paper currency, not gold.
"He who warned, uh, the British that they weren't going to be taking away our arms uh by ringing those bells and making sure as he's riding his horse through town to send those warning shots and bells that we were going to be secure and we were going to be free and we were going to be armed."-on The Most Dangerous Line of Latitude on the Planet Jacob Weisberg is chairman and editor-in-chief of the Slate Group Shafer: Why the Press Doesn't Even Pretend To Be Above Sex Scandals Anymore Submarine: A Lovely Coming-of-Age Story That's as Thrilling as Five Great Magazine Stories About Detroit and Its Ruination Palinisms
- Sentence for "-on"
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- Synonym for "-on"
- besides, toward, for, of, about
- Antonym for "-on"
- Rhyme for "-on"
- Abidjan, Abron, Amman, Amon, Antoine
- Cross Reference for "-on"
- on board, end on, on the spot, on to, either off
- Equivalent for "-on"
- connected, on the wind, on't
- Form for "-on"
- on-campus, depend on, put on airs, ''phrases starting with "on the"''
- Same Context for "-on"
- above, then, only, months', respective
- Variant for "-on"