expertly plucked eyebrows
it must have taken a lot of pluck to walk along a path marked ‘Danger’
Birds pluck out their feathers. He plucked the letter from my hand. He was plucked from obscurity to star in the film.
Not unless he wanted to pluck up the courage
To pluck a chicken.
Gary has to pluck a whole lot of thorns out of his leg every time he trips over the rosebush.
The last passengers were plucked from the ship just seconds before it sank.
He leaned down and plucked the red rose.
And their response, of course, was no more than we wanted to stop the genocide and put our troops in harm’s way to do that, nor do we now want to get in the way and pluck genocidaires from camps.
She gave a pluck at my elbow.
Or would I were a little burnish'd apple For you to pluck me, gliding by so cold, While sun and shade your robe of lawn will dapple, Your robe of lawn, and your hair's spun gold.
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