use these words in a sentence please?

perpetuate

ponder

dissertation

taboo

gravitate

empirical

potent

liasion

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  • 1 decade ago
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    You want all these words in one sentence???

  • feiss
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Gravitate In A Sentence

  • cobra
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Some choose to perpetuate the theory that 9/11 was organised by the U.S government.

    I ponder this and find no credible evidence for this theory.

    I could write a dissertation on this subject as there is so much "information" on the net.

    Isn't accusing your own government of mass murder a bit of a taboo?

    Conspiracy geeks tend to gravitate towards that kind of web site.

    There is no empirical evidence to prove the government committed this atrocity.

    Though there are some potent images and ideas out there.

    Liason between all these theorists could form a powerful and subversive group.

    I know they are not in one sentence, that would have to be a hell of a long one, but these could be edited.

  • 1 decade ago

    One sentence?

    The neighborhood gossip continues to perpetuate these lies.

    Should we ponder on those answers?

    Her dissertation on Quantum Physics was quite good.

    Sex Education is still a taboo subject in many countries.

    They all seem to gravitate towards him, he's quite charismatic.

    He has an empirical understanding of the solution.

    Her sex appeal is very potent.

    She is a liaison with the French embassy.

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  • 1 decade ago

    1. Time is perpetual; God has perpetuated it.

    2. I spent my night pondering the meaning of life rather than sleeping.

    3. I have to write my dissertation because it is due tomorrow.

    4. Discussing tips at high class restaurants is taboo.

    5. She was so attractive all the men seemed to gravitate toward her.

    6. The empirical formula of sugar is CH2O

    7. This ink is so potent it leaks through this entire sketchbook.

    8. We went on a fling, on a dangerous liaison.

  • 1 decade ago

    1. You will perpetuate the species by breeding them.

    2. The hockey team will ponder their chances of success after this game.

    3. The doctor wrote the dissertation for the patient who had been in the hospital after a bad car accident.

    4. To speak of the subject around her is taboo.

    5. Youngsters tend to gravitate toward a strong leader, whom they admire.

    6.The astronomer made an empirical basis for the theory.

    7. The chemist told the student that the chemical they were working with was very potent.

    8. Flour is a liasion that is used to bake cookies to hold them together.

    Source(s): webster.com for some definitions.
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    While Chad pondered how he would perpetuate Ghandi's ideas in his graduate dissertation, his girlfriend Lisa was having a sexual liaison with Chad's brother, which is taboo in the dating world; Chad found out about this through empirical evidence provided by his friend and gave his brother a very potent poison, after he ingested it, his body gravitated towards the ground and he died.

  • 1 decade ago

    "I ponder at times if I have a potent enough mind to gravitate readers to the empirical results of my dissertation on how to provide a liaison between family members on ways not to perpetuate taboo."

    Or do you mean a sentence each?

  • 1 decade ago

    I hope that my dissertation does not perpetuate your confusion about the liasion that you ponder and tend to gravitate toward because that would be considered taboo given the empirical evidence and the obvious outcome would be a potent poision for society.

  • 1 decade ago

    Ponder your taboo subject for a dissertation on empirical data to perpetuate the notions that most people gravitate to as they liaison with potent potables for fun.

    People tend to gravitate to taboo subjects for gathering empirical data for use in their dissertations as they ponder using a potent formula to perpetuate theories to liaison with future employers.

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