My eight-year-old son asked me to help him with example sentences for his vocabulary words. I think I may have caused further confusion with the following sentences. He eventually created his own examples and submitted them.
—launch, v, to throw or propel with force; hurl.
“The mechanical bull launched Jimmy into the wall of horseshoes.”
—double, adj, twice as much in size, strength, number, or amount.
—plunge, v, to thrust or throw forcefully into a substance or place.
“Troy plunged his hand into the public toilet to retrieve the mood ring.”
—tractor, n, a vehicle having a powerful gasoline or diesel motor and usually large, heavily treaded rear tires, used especially for pulling farm implements or machinery.
“The chimpanzee lost control of the tractor in the graveyard, causing monkey mayhem and chaos by plowing down mourners and headstones.”
—single, adj, not accompanied by another or others; solitary.
“The bar was full of single guys like Clay, seeking partners to engage in long, exciting sessions of Scrabble™.”
“The single most erotic thing Dave owned was his collection of Gumby memorabilia.”