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The ship sank off the coast of Newfoundland during a storm.
Do you think the cork will float or sink?
The enemy sank three ships last night.
Our feet sank into the mud as we walked.
The water level in the lake had sunk by several feet.
The porch on the old house was beginning to sink.
The wounded deer sank to the ground.
He sank to his knees and begged for forgiveness.
When I got home, all I wanted to do was sink into a hot bath.
The patient is sinking fast and may not last through the night.
Without a stable central government, the country is sinking into crisis.
As the search went on, Simon began to sink into despair.
After reading the letter, my spirits sank even further.
Her heart sank when she heard the result.
The sun was sinking in the west.
The dollar sank even lower yesterday on world markets.
Agricultural production had sunk to its lowest level in years.
Their voices sank to a whisper.
How could you sink to stealing money from your own mother?
I never thought he would sink so low as to lie to me about it.
The cat sank its claws into my leg.
We’ve sunk several thousand dollars into the project so far.
He only has to sink the pink ball to win the game.